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Moonshine

Moonshine

The moon scorches too With its incandescence; Moonshine burns you too With its silvery essence… When the tides turn after twilight And the old moon surfaces above, When lakes and streams and oceans alike To her invisible force are all drawn — What chance, my friend, then do mortal emotions stand, When mighty seas her silken strength can barely withstand? — Saon Bhattacharya  

PASSAGE – FROM LIFE TO LIFE

PASSAGE – FROM LIFE TO LIFE

PASSAGE – FROM LIFE TO LIFE   Here, I leave my fleshed cage and move past the drab confines of life Severing the threads of mortal affair A father, a mother, a child, a wife   Is it the end? No, I reckon, a dawn A dawn of glad eternity No mundane pains of earning money No worries of living can bother me    It was but a mortal shell A mortal shell with high

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