Oh, Moon

Oh, Moon short poem

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Oh, silky silver moon, come down to earth,
Keenly, since long I have been looking forth.
We will have sweet talk by sitting closer,
Forgetting all hesitation and fear.

Like you, I remain wakeful in night as stars,
Waiting for when my sweetheart will be near.
My dear absence put me through torture,
I feel a day is longer than a year.

You taught me not to lose passion in love,
And prayer is ultimate way to solve.
Format of life is based on love and reliance,
Let me hope for best with her reminiscence.

This poem is part of the Poetry Book The Saga of Romance

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Basanta Kumara Behera

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