maggie chawla

Moon - Poem by maggie chawla

When you are about to embrace celestial sky,
Carries blurred glow indicates aspiring eyes..
For your advent we awaits throughout the day..
To share our sorrows as well as blessed events lay,
You have got infinite star-caring friends,
But after having you, are search here ends..
You are up there when nobody’s to count on,
When everybody easily says I have moved on..
Then you pours out aromatic wind blessings,
Straight on my face, n serves hair dressing,
Sometimes you hide into misty clouds trace,
Like an angel veiling her graceful face..
Sometimes you play infantile hide n seek,
But your every single drift bears clandestine mystique,
It’s a pleasure watching you for entire dark night,
Your face like shape reminds of my mr. right…

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 21, 2010

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