Rajendra padhi


Happy New Year


The New Year has come
West to East
Travelled by Sun
In a golden dawn.

It crawled into night
Feathered in light,
Wakeup all dreams
Singing new songs.

We feel a change
But purpose the same,
Explore our essence
In the fleeting time.

But it smells new
Fall on Earth with dew,
Healing like the breeze
In life’s thirsty fields.

Twinkle joy on little lips
Chocolates and Cakes
Words of sweet rhymes
The day for pleasant calls.

The day matchless in a year
We live reasoning little things,
Rekindle radiance of hope
Even for withered leaves.

The New Year is a new home
To know you and me in trust,
Connects our breath in love
A lovely dream as never before.

Submitted: Friday, January 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 31, 2014

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