Haiku - A Kite's Dream - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
Kite in morning sky
Forced to burn by golden heat
Closing eyes, leaves sigh.
He ponders whole day
To float midst the silvery stars
Of vast Milky Way.
Over midnight clouds
Bathing in tranquil moon beams
He wants to sing loud.
With cool blow of air
His eyes dream to glide and touch
Though sun breaks his thoughts
Still his mind owns the hopes of
Having a night shot.
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