Raechael Dsouza

(goa - India)

Moonlight


As the sun sets upon the ocean, and,
Darkness sets over the world,
People rushing home to avoid traffic,
But, Just then the sky is lite up like never before

The moon comes out as bright as ever,
Leaving everyone's mind calm and serene,
People change their plans for the evening,
And, make it one to remember forever

Friends move out in groups, enjoying the wind and the light of the moon,
Couples walk around the streets, knowing the moon will shine on them,
Untold secrets, unspoken words and misunderstanding thought through the evening,
Creating the best moments to be lived and memorised forever

As the night goes by,
Everyone back to their own comfy crib,
And, Staring out of their balcony,
Gazing at the moon and reminding themselves,
It will be a moonlight to remember..

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

Topic(s): Nature


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