Christmas Moon, Poetry by Vinayak Pandey

WILDsound Writing and Film Festival Review

Genre: Mythical, Fantasy, Christmas

Christmas Moon by Vinayak Pandey

 

On a wintery Christmas night,

I strolled in the friendless parkland with a malcontent plight,

Walking without a purpose with melancholic emotions blurring my sight,

I fortuitously gazed my surrounding covered with lamps illuminating faint blue light,

The sand on the ground sparked like the blue luminescent plankton bloom,

I raised my head up the sky to address the rare Christmas moon!!

Christmas is celebration of love with friends and family,

You must be wondering how such a beautiful day makes me lonely,

I wonder that too, No I am not the Grinch trying to steal the glory of Christmas,

I am the one fighting a battle to believe in the magic the folklores express,

Amidst the canopy of Sigmora trees casting a spell of shadowy gloom,

I looked up from the tangled tree barks, the elegant bright Christmas moon!!

I…

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