Gentle By The Night - Poem by Deb Panda
Gentle by the night, wished
beneath the hill to heven
a cot in land of crimson
admit; tripped the glories gild
often mindful, lyrics played
in soft hand; a dancing script
shifted from land to land
fast and real, Sum in past..
All, be legitimate; boast only
shame; and weal of ignorance
didn't we pinned for second-
play; written with giant utterance:
All this, in cage, heals odes to wonder-
wonder; not image, to wonder farewell-our.
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