Win cash rewards worth Rs.45,000. Participate in "A Writing Contest with a TWIST".
Win cash rewards worth Rs.45,000. Participate in "A Writing Contest with a TWIST".

Dipanjan Bhattacharjee

Abstract Classics Fantasy


3  

Dipanjan Bhattacharjee

Abstract Classics Fantasy


Shooting Star

Shooting Star

1 min 242 1 min 242

Tranquil night sky with a galore of stars,

Their ivory smiles bless my scars.

Fettered in nacreous clouds of night,

They hurl down a plethora of beaming light. 


Seldom a star can glide on earth,

Carrying hues from the ethereal garth.

It casts words through darkened lanes,

Below into the world of mortal remains.


Once in a hundred years; they say,

A star can slip off from the bay.

Bidding farewell to the beacons of grace,

It seeks a sabbatical from the race.


In perhaps a jiff or two; it crumples down on earth,

There beyond a trillion years; a newbie takes its birth.

Despite broken flecks on earth; we might get a cast,

The shooting star may still hold shine from the frames of the past.


Miracles spell with smiling souls,

From within those blacky holes.

Singularity is what they call,

I still cherish my pearly doll.


Rate this content
Log in

More english poem from Dipanjan Bhattacharjee

Similar english poem from Abstract