The Never Vanishing Sun Poem by Radhuga Sreekumar Geetha

The Never Vanishing Sun

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The horizon's her pouted lip,
She invitedly waits for our kiss,
Despaired in vain waiting she lets trip
Her golden tear drop we call sun, ignorant of all this.

The golden tear also ignored, freezes to moon
Dies, its blinding aura, revealing her white moles
Now she gets the hope for attention very soon
But all we do is stare straight through and call them stars

The Never Vanishing Sun
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: nature,star,sun
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Antony Theodore 21 March 2020

The golden tear also ignored, freezes to moon Dies, its blinding aura, revealing her white moles Now she gets the hope for attention very soon But all we do is stare straight through and call them stars. beautiful poem and a wonderful graphic., tony

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