kabeer katariya


The Story Of Sun and Moon


Once upon a time there lived
two lovers in a land, vivid
they were the pair of sun and moon
who became friends too soon.

But a condition crossed their way
the dilemma of night and day
they both could not live together
and had to apart forever.

The sun could only shine at day
and shower his loving rays
but for the moon to stay alive
it would never shine at night.

Now the story of sacrifice starts
how the sun sacrificed his heart
for his lover and his wife
he would die every night.

Now every night the people see
the moon in the sky would agree
to shine at night and the sun at day
they would love each other in this way.

Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013
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  • Freshman - 605 Points Shahzia Batool (5/26/2013 12:25:00 PM)

    Welcome to P.H Kabeer with a nice poem having a touch of modern myth carrying a msg of love and harmony, bonding with understanding! (Report) Reply

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