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RAJ NANDY

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MY EVENING STAR


MY EVENING STAR
In the gathering gloom of my evening
sky,
I saw your face in that evening star;
Showering your brightness and your
magic light,
To dispel my gloom from afar!
While in my heart a sad old tune, -
A tune of sadness and of love,
Played like the melody of an old violin,
And I listened as if in a waking dream!
For you have left me and gone afar,
To shine as my enduring evening star!

-Raj Nandy
New Delhi
12 Jun 08

Submitted: Friday, June 13, 2008

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