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gopichandnagasuseela Suseela

Rookie (12-08-1966 / guntur)

Cosmic Marriage


Cosmic Marriage

I looked up and saw a strange plumed sky
It was the day of eclipse
Moon comes in between earth and sun.
The queen of night in daylight to wed the fireball

They came in one line
The carola is the exchange of rings
A million diamonds reflected a million rays
Wow the world stood up
With anxiety to the wedding

A fraction all in a minute the process ended
It will repeat again and again
And our the enthusiasm fries the same
They are far away far away from each other
But have immense understanding!

Submitted: Monday, March 23, 2009

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