Sadvansha Munshi

Rookie - 69 Points (24th March'99 / Kanpur)

High Tides


Sitting beside the seashore,
Wind blowing from side to side,
The sky was starting to look lour
And so the High Tides!

The Moon became bigger at night,
It surely was missing someone.
So it brought the tides up to a little height,
So that it won't be alone.

Moon may feel oblivion sometimes,
But it never leaves the Earth's gravity!
So in a playful mood it shines,
To show it's proximity!

The tides goes up and down,
Never complains or get tired of it.
Because it's friend is the Moon,
Who he never forgets!

The Moon and the Tides,
Both are at a different height.
One flows and the other shines so bright,
But both will be present throughout our life..!

Sitting beside the seashore,
Wind blowing from side to side,
The sky was starting to look lour
And so the high tides!

Submitted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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