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Thouni Leima

Rookie (Tinsukia(Assam) , INDIA)

Nocturnal Aura -I


You! The wind of night;
Bracing, enchanting zephyr.
Every time I open my casement;
There again! You call me near.

I- then, no more here.
No sooner did you embrace me;
I lost myself........
Then found myself-
in some distant land, near the sea.

The mingling waves;
The fitful gusts.
The echoing caves;
Sunbeam dancing with dusts.

How I wonder.....
Radiant and ebullient the jiff's;
I- drenched in mirth of time;
And thereby you render me to rhyme.

Oh soon! My conscience I regain;
Back to my native earth again,
Yet, you kept me wondering, why?
Why its like-every time you cast a spell,
for me to forget(for some angelic moment) where I dwell?

Submitted: Monday, October 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 21, 2013

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