Indira Renganathan


The Poet And The Star - Poem by Indira Renganathan

In the nearest decibel
The farthest star
Asked the poet
'sing me a song'

So cajoled motherly sang he
'Twinkle twinkle
little star
How I wonder wha..'

'Stop stop'
Stopped him the star
'Not this much childish
A better one please'
From just a distant decibel
The star asked

'Winkle winkle tiny star
Crinkle crinkle nigh from afar
Friends we want to play with you
Lots of games we have true'

Excited poet invited the star

'Hey
Childish, boyish?
No no, still better
Something sunny
And funny'

At the farthest decibel
Crooned the farthest star
Winkling winkling

Discerned poet sang

'O winkling winkling naughty star
A captive of my dream you are
That you love me is so bizarre
I wonder what a star you are
As sky is getting fastly solar
Come again the next night stellar
Then I sing more what you are
As captive of my dream you are'

Smiling
The star dimmed to vanish

Topic(s) of this poem: nature, social


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 28, 2015


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