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Dawn and moon

Dawn has broken
Black sky has turned blue
Deepest shade of pure blue
Stars are twinkling softly.

Waiting for the sun to come
So they could rest for a while
Moon is still not sure
If she will return home.

Or wait and meet sun
To wish him goodbye
So she lingers in the sky
As birds sing, stars sparkle.

A beautiful silver maiden
Waiting for the Apollo
Soon he will show up
Riding his seven horse chariot.

Author:

A bookworm transformed into an addicted writer. I love to write and illustrate them myself. By love I mean love, no half-hearted relationship, a full-fledged, passionate love, I can’t pass two days in a stretch without writing/painting (cyber), just feel empty like lovers do when their lovers are away on a tour! Even though I am thoroughly enjoying self-publishing with amazon, but if you like my work and want to publish my works in your magazine, books or better if you want to publish a book of my works please make me very happy by contacting me. Or if you want to sell my works on commission basis only!! contact me, I will be quite relieved. Honestly writing and selling your own work is a very BORING combination. So you are more than welcome! Mail me @sharmishthabasu@hotmail.com, sermistabasu@gmail.com or go to- my blog (I have 16 blogs in wordpress, all active, some on daily basis, every one on weekly basis screaming and vowing my LOVE for writing and painting- this one is first-born, so special) mydomainpvt.wordpress.com (You will get the link to my remaining blogs there) or you can check out my ezines- monthly- Agnishatdalezine.wordpress.com And Agnijaat.wordpress.com if you want fb you can go to my page facebook.com/sermistabasu, linkedin- linkedin.com/authorsharmishthabasu my email id sharmishthabasu@hotmail.com and sermistabasu@gmail.com I am in goodreads and completelynovel too http://www.goodreads.com/sharmishthabasu http://completelynovel.com/sharmishtha-basu http://amazon.com/author/sharmishthabasu I guess I said enough about myself, right? You will forget if I stuff too much here, so if you are curious to know this humble creature just join me in my blogs :)

65 thoughts on “Dawn and moon

  1. “Moon is still not sure
    If she will return home.

    Or wait and meet sun
    To wish him goodbye”

    I really like this part because for the last several early mornings have watch the moon still visible in the predawn sky. It is a beautifully poetic way of expressing this delightful vision.

    Peace,
    Suzanne

  2. this is SO BEAUTIFUL…so poetic and romantic..
    well done,Trisha…
    you are truly a prolific writer…
    blessed be…
    take care of you..
    hugs
    shakira

  3. Simply beautiful Trish, and you painted a perfect picture all through your poem. I love the way you open your poem with the first 4 lines. It is a strong poem with a good foundation.

    Dawn has broken
    Black sky has turned blue
    Deepest shade of pure blue
    Stars are twinkling softly.

  4. Golden Lotus of God’s Love as always you keep putting them out there and they just keep getting better and better..very beautiful poem…enjoy as well(+) 🙂
    soulbro*xo

    1. i too love the moon. i have not read moon bear. its good to have a dad who will read stories for you. my parents never told us a story they handed us dozens of books 🙂

      thanks alan.

  5. Very cool poem. Enjoyed the interplay and personification of Sun and Moon, as well as the mythological references. Deep poem and well done. Thanks, trisha 🙂

    1. i always pay back visits as long as the sites open in my computer 🙂
      i have already completed the 18 and left you a message.

      peace n happiness 4u4ever.

  6. Loved the moon waiting for the sun bit.
    Such a nicely written poem, capturing those finer things that otherwise just go unnoticed/unquestioned and hence unanswered…
    Loved it! Keep them flowing..

    Best Regards!

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