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Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Moonlight.


In the full moonlight of a summer day
I sat in the embankment of the riverside
Having some tensions of worldly life
And to ease the mind from such problems
I sat their for a long time seeing the nature
The river was flowing with glittering
The moonlight that gave it wonderful beauty
The fishes were jumping with happiness
Its whitish color glittered for a while
The air was having a light breeze wind
No one can escape from the sleep
It was such a wonderful experience
The beauty of the river felt marvelous
In the distance I saw some movements and sounds
May be from the country boats in fishing
Elders told us in our childhood
Not to go near the river in midnight
May be there coming celestial beings
For their entertainment in the river
Be those are fairies or demons
Will disturb the humans in such nights
There jumping sounds will here in distance
Which was actually the fish the jumping ones.
Moonlight is so much beautiful
when it really enjoys near a river
Stars are also very interesting
Just like the pearls and ornaments in light
River is also beautiful in moonlight
Some minutes of sitting near will ease the mind
The world and its river systems are nice
The sites of river is most beautiful.

Submitted: Monday, May 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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Moonlight near river embankment seeing is very interesting particularly in night.

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  • Gold Star - 12,167 Points Valsa George (5/20/2014 4:18:00 AM)

    Sitting on the tranquil bosom of a river bank in the stillness of the night when there is a gentle breeze and watching the moon and stars of the sky is a rejuvenating experience.... Enjoyed this experience! (Report) Reply

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