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LESSONS FROM STARS. Cooling breezes, playing their harp, Melodies of bygone ages, radiating in their tones as sharp, Neither was anyone to witness me Nor any new being, emerging to watch me, Under the blanket of, STARS, studding the black firmament, Firmament of absolute void, devoid of any expression. Deepest canyons of secrets, withheld in the depths of dawn and dusk, Ebbing sun, had no, place now, he too was receding, The brightest star, soon bid farewell, Little stars of disproportionate, aggregations, incarnated before me, I stare at them, my eyes have forgotten blinking, Crickets sound has gone mute, my musings have gained weight, Bounty, blemishing of darkened trees, canopying largest horizons.. The stars, navigated my distorted mind, into the clamor, The clamor of restless soul and an array of hope, they directed me into hope, Hopes embroidered in the carpet of intentions, The stars guided me, into nothingness, taught me silence too was pulchritude, Multitude, magnitude of divulging imageries before me, The stars thought me, how amazing the constellations are, How the night sky makes a world apart, Each of their shying blink, Light years, far away, Plunged by the lonely light. The stars taught me, a broken star, leaving its abode Restless in this abode, Falls from the sky, ignited, Who shall hold him?? For he loved the ground, he left his home, Like a new bride, leaving home, for her love at the shore...
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