Jagdish Singh Ramana
Night As One Likes - Poem by Jagdish Singh Ramana
In a lonely night
Beholding the lonely moon,
But in my sight;
Not alone, a poetic boon.
When I am alone
I am not really alone,
Loneliness gives me wide opinion
For that is my real companion.
In a weary mood, I count stars
Some peeping into the young tree,
A star falls down into the dark
And hides when I long to see.
Into the dark some stars scare
And some show their twinkling dare.
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