Treasure Island

Mittur Ramprasad


NIGHT


An exotic flight
Is journey into the night
Beginning with twilight

In stillness of night
Flowing is river of time
In search of sunlight

Rising moon sprinkles
Shower of light of romance
As the star twinkles

Midnight shining moon
Lets love bloom to reach climax
Before questions loom

And in night's darkness
Romantic hearts melanges
Into blissfulness

Night's expeditions
Liberates hidden desires
From inhibitions

Life's many follies
Comes to life in the midnight
In strings of volleys

Enchantment of night
Hides behind veil of darkness
Thriving out of sight

Trapped is human heart
In cycle of day and night
Wondering where to start

Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008
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