Pratheek Praveen Kumar in Calm Reflections
The Sun And The Moon - Poem by Pratheek Praveen Kumar in Calm Reflections
High above in the sky,
On the earth they spy,
And laugh at people's deeds,
And see their desires and needs.
Opposite to each other they are,
They are separated by far,
And the are rarely seen close together,
In any weather.
Shiny and fiery is the Sun,
By twilight it is gone,
And then out come the moon,
It also goes quite soon.
The moon gives out pure light,
During the night,
And quietly walks making no noise,
It shows exquisite poise.
Great and silent they are,
As they are so far,
From the world that we know,
They never their face show.
The Sun, the majesty of the golden brilliance,
The Moon of the eternal silvery radiance,
Give the Earth the wealth of day and night,
And the joy forever of recurring light.
The Sun and the Moon smile on the Earth,
And bestow life of birth and death,
They brighten the sky with flaming radiance
Those enwrap the Earth with perseverance.
The Sun and the Moon brighten hills,
And plateaus and cities and deepest vales
Without a favour and without a spite,
That is why they remain forever bright.
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