sekharan pookkat


In a Festival Night


Stars were twinkling
To see the gathering
She came in her traditional dress
And sat aside me with vibrant look

I leaned towards her
To hug her in romance
My lips were wet
For a long kiss


Both heard the beats of heart
And smiled together
To see the festival
And the desires with in

Bugles alarmed
To start festival
Friends yelled
And drums started

I drowned in that crowed
Taking her hands tightly
And dissolved in that night
Along with our unfilled desires

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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In the memory of a festival night

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