Night Time - Poem by Ramesh Shrestha
In the dark and gloomy night,
I woke up with mosquito bite,
Ahh! you, the naughty creature,
Don't drink up my precious treasure.
As I rotate my eyes around,
And listen to noises surround,
Things were all still and calm,
Except the swinging pendulum.
I can see something bright,
Under a table to my right,
When I closely stared at,
Ahh! the eyes of pussycat.
As I looked to roads around,
From the glass of window pane,
Dogs were barking from behind,
To the only running van.
I looked up to the sky,
I can see the moon so high,
Twinkling stars and cool moonlight,
Were enhancing the life of night.
As I lay down on the bed,
With my hands on my head,
I can hear the tickling sound,
Drops of water falling down.
I put off my glasses beneath,
And closed my eyes for having sleep,
Turning here and there lil bit,
I was then fast asleep.
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