Bijay Kant Dubey
Kissing you, kissed I a star
And drifted I far into
Of the ireflies and the celestial lamps.
Kissing you, kissed I the moon,
A fair dancing
In the midst of the air and glistening orbs,
Silvery light drizzling.
Kissing you, kissed I the jasmines
Taking the nights by surpise,
Fragrancing and spraying with sweet scent.
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