Reshma Dream Is Never A Crime................


The Opening Ceremony - Poem by Reshma Dream Is Never A Crime................

The night was whispering goodbye to the earth
The stars were slowly fading away
The dew was preparing to vanish
Everything was being slowly lightened up
While darkness creped away

The early birds and beasts
Woke up lazily from their beds
They looked out
And found the sky turning red
Smiling, they refreshed themselves
While the breeze touched them softly
The beasts and the birds together
Broke the hour long silence
While the soft singing of the waters
Added on their tunes
The young ones woke up suddenly
And joined them in their song
Yes, they ere welcoming the arrival
The arrival of the mighty Sun..........

The sunflowers looked up hopefully
Waiting eagerly to greet their favourite
The mist and the fog moved away
So that every little being could see the royal rising
The earth stood waiting
To begin a fresh new day...................

At last came the spectacular moment
From behind the hills
Came up the sun
In his kingly, masterly manner
A ball of glowing red fire, you'd call it
A form of God himself, you'd say
Every single being on earth
Was now being enlightened
Fresh new thoughts rising
Mother nature was now wrapped in a yellow light
Everything was bright
Everyone was active
Yes, a whole new day has begun......................


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 3, 2011


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