Moonlight -Awake Eyes - Poem by Deb Panda
My dreams elude from rest-
In ungainly music from tender voice-
When you are asleep-upon dreamlands, my heart-
In lyrics of unheard ballads, singing in rejoice.
In tender movements of eye lids, side forth,
Whose virtues -in realms of mirth declare;
Possessed, Prized vault of all his treasure-
Telling the wind, set for the bright, stare!
And the moon, tendering his signature-
To pass by the pleasant breeze-unheard;
In a thousand voice, unharmed by cumulous clouds
To sketch her beauty, songs of colours unmatched!
My dreams, playing in symphony with the rays-
Reflects her smiling, innocence of all hardship,
In tender songs of her lips-lord’s faith,
On his wonderful art-pious worships!
In depth of this smile, lies his art-
Fast asleep- world terms in casual eye-
When dreams foster, elusive of the rest,
Walking around, sleeping in dreams to their dismay!
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Wrote after long probation.....Muse, Only You know when shall this eternal power reflect upon me, of which I am a mere observer.
The moonlight, so is moving to be unlucky to have a glance of this celestial confluence... Symphony of muse in earth and the lord in heaven...
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