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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  

Happily Ever After

I love vicariously through lovers on the streets, basking in their smiles and borrowing their blushes. Reminiscing the days when we were once a thing, without a worry of the world and destiny at our feet. Rollickingly exuberant – freshly fallen in love. The world was just us and we were all of the world. “Never one without the other”, said our immature hearts, till fate played a spoilsport and drew us apart. My joy

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FEELINGS – a ballad

FEELINGS – a ballad

FEELINGS – a ballad   His blood boiled at an unusual pace, His brows upturned on his face, He clenched his fists till his knuckles turned white, He wanted to cry, but knew it wasn’t right.   He shunned mankind and withdrew to his shell, He wanted revenge, but nothing rung a bell. He wanted them to feel the things he felt, To cackle loudly, when in front of him they knelt.   He paced

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