Alisha Castle

Silver Star - 3,011 Points (05/01/1993)

Wish Of Moon - Poem by Alisha Castle

Setting Moon gone to the Ocean,
To find the best of her.
She picked some pearls from there,
Thought about her dreamy desire,
No visions were there suitable to her and got upset.
I was waiting for her after the time she left.
She returns with some pearls and gives those to me,
Talking about her searching journey of agony,
She is getting bore in her busy schedule.
She wants some changes in universal rule.
Due to curiosity I ask her the reasons,
Those which are her cause of ignorance.
Her answers are coming very faded,
She could not find the things she needed.
She wants to do work of her own choice.
She prefers to keep her innocence.
She does not prefer to be the Goddess.
She never needs the worship of earthly humans.
When she unable to help them in anyway,
She does not deserve to be matter of pray.

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship, love, moon, nature, sad

Form: Couplet


Poet's Notes about The Poem

When The poet was talking with The Moon, she ignored and disappeared. After some time she returned back to the poet with some pearls and said that she became upset when she stairs from the upper sky towards the people who were bearing burdens of pain on their shoulders.She felt helpless.She was expecting that if The universe change it's rule and fixed The Moon in somewhere else it would be a good favor foe her.

Comments about Wish Of Moon by Alisha Castle

  • Dr.tony Brahmin (3/27/2016 12:43:00 PM)


    Moon, the dream, disappearance.. pearls stairs in the sky pain of people, helplessness. universe should change.
    so many wonderful and imaginative ideas in this poem. thank you dear poetess.tony
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  • Kelly Kurt (3/30/2015 2:40:00 AM)


    ~~A lovely poem, Thanks for sharing.~~ (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 30, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 1, 2017


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