Woman

Yester night, everyone was fast asleep.
The winged air in summer night was still.
No star was blossoming in the welkin.
Moon which dazzles was also away.
The sky was wearing a black cloak.
The queen of the night and stars of the sky
Have come from celestial sphere on our planet.
Earth at night was brighter than the day.
Helen, ringed by moon and stars, was sitting
Like a fair sun in the company of a pale pumpkin.
The twinkling stars were singing an echoing song.
Man went on moon, it is not a wonder.
Moon came to kiss a woman is a marvel indeed!

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Colleen Courtney 02 May 2014

A beautiful poem. Great imagery!

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