Nira’s Tale Of Love Xi - Poem by Tuna Biswal
Nira’s Tale of Love XI
Dogs were barking, the night was full of light,
Astray cattle returning to the shed of plight.
Above the scrappers the sky was smiling,
Twinkling stars were elegy singing.
Pleased, satisfied or relieved,
Unable to locate her in eyes closed.
Stumbled on the known road;
Fell, even a passerby maintained a blind.
Rose, again strode in search of a home,
Remembered once told by Her mom.
Life is a journey nobody knows where to stop;
Is halt possible? Where and when in the destiny’s lap?
Take little, give plenty and accept readily,
Experience the master of all soliloquy.
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