Twilight might twinkle
Only when daylight dwindle
Opening ebony canvas special
For the magical ink to doodle.
Oh how my eyes eagerly wait
The scribble of doodle complete
Painting the kooky arch of wit
Dipped in bizzaro ink of affect.
Oh the moon at other end
Advance your steps and garland
Prized possession won on ground
Of romanticism beyond one imagined.
Donned in gown, so lovely
Stood she waiting eagerly
As the moon marches proudly
Sealing his bride deligently.
Moments for a second, freeze
Eyes caught in heavenly grease
Cajoling, new beginning at ease
Wrapped in bundle of surprise.
Life is beautiful, if you sustains
Otherwise it's wasteful, shedding tears.
Monday, March 1, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: life,lessons of life,family life,relationship
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
I was mesmerized by the moon and I wished to link it with hope of life. Photo courtesy pinterest.