Buddhadeb Baroi

Rookie (04/10/1993 / Eklakhi, Malda, W.B, India)

The Lonely Moon - Poem by Buddhadeb Baroi

A little rest, a little rest
Beyond all weary works away
Mute birds sleeping on thornless branches
After flying long after way.
Tired farmers in their cottage
So longed for, after hardwork away.
All passed in rest
By halp-cloud, half-cleared day...

Beyond my homework away
I on the half-green grass
Enjoying the lonely moon with my brash.
I see, clear moon shining bright
As she wished as gladly beared.
It is a scene, i never seen well
I gazing with raptured eyes
And quitely i moving around the shine

Abruptly i hear the silent quarrel
For winning of dark and shine
The gob of cruel cloud frivol away the bright
Her face is growing with softly displeasure..
She glossitissing the dark cloud to remove..

At once thunder of cloud shouting all around
The timorous moon dissappeared soon beyond.
Birds beginning to fly all around my sight
I become out of sorts at that night..


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  • Allemagne Roßmann (9/9/2012 11:34:00 AM)


    Magnificent and magnanimous with vivid imageries.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 6, 2012


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