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Moments of Life, a poem by Raghabendra Sinha

Moments of Life

In the journey of life,
There comes some moments,
Touches deep, the soul and the heart,
Then becomes a sweet moment of life…

When the sun is clear and bright,
And in the midst,
Blows in a pleasant wind with pride,
Then becomes a sweet moment of life…

When the moon is sparkling bright,
And in the midst,
Comes in a naughty cloud lying aside,
Then becomes a sweet moment of life…

When hand in hand walking together,
Thru pleasant and thru cloudy weather,
Someone to part with whom,
Perhaps costs a sigh, a tear,
Then becomes a sweet moment of life…

Sweet Moments! Yet I know,
Someday you and I must part…
But when or how or where we met,
I owe to me a secret yet...

Sweet Moments! We have been long together,
Tis hard to part as you are dear,
I reiterate to you here..
Do we meet to part or part to meet?

Sweet Moments! Say never Good Night to me...
But in some brighter clime,
Bid me always a Good Morning!!

By Raghabendra Sinha

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  1. Very nice to read... like a gentle cold breeze in an autumn morning....

    More r expected...

  2. VVVVVEEEERRRRRYYYY nice ...while reading ur poem i lost in my Dreams....Excellent

  3. Write few more beautiful poems... All The Best


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