Moonlight - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
I see your circle shape tonight.
I see your luminescence bright.
Yesterday, I wanted to hold you,
So badly that I,
Placed a large pot of water,
Your reflection was like a quarter,
So you were within my reach.
I touched you with my wet hand.
I had gotten hold of you.
Oh, shiny big moon.
You're mine so soon.
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