Note to the Moon

The winds devoid
of serenity, since
only silence
fills the corners
of the room and the
rows of
snow-capped mountains;
quite transparent
as the darkness
so deftly, smudges
into them.

And while a kid
blankly stares outside
a car
to seek for your
hanging body to
race along, the
flowers, sincerely wait
about, to get
dusted by your
yellow-tinted light.

So, while all these
lugubrious faces on the
globe are
looking up, high in
the sky with the hope,
for your silvery
flash of smile, to blithely
wipe away their

I want nothing, but
just for my words to reach
out to you, to
illuminate your face, to
lull you to sleep
because even you
can’t be okay all
the time and just like us,
can have a rather
more tough time in
disguising it sometime.

35 thoughts on “Note to the Moon

  1. I’m glad you liked my comment.

    I have been looking forward to learning more about you through your responses to the blogging awards for which I nominated you. I understand some bloggers choose not to do award responses. If that’s the case with you, I’m sorry that I bothered you with them.

    But I still admire your work.


    1. Hey! 🙂
      Please don’t be sorry!
      And yes, that surely is the case because I don’t think that’s what I’m here for.
      I’m here just to simply share the nuances of cognitive thought that float in my mind!
      And thankyou so much for such kind words! They keep me motivated!
      Have a great day! ❤

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      1. It was precisely those nuances of cognitive thought that I was hoping you’d reveal in the award responses. But I do understand, and I respect your decision to choose your own style and format.


    1. Hey Sonia! 🙂 Here, I’m just trying to finish things that I’ve started. Basically to create something in between what has already been addressed and what is yet needed to.
      I hope you like it.

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  2. Love the moon being a metaphor for an anchor like figure in life as everybody can rely on it and nobody feels judged by it. I recently reread Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and the moon is the one force that the monster can seek comfort in. You have an evocative way with words.

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    1. Hey! 🙂 It’s all about how the people we seek comfort in might sometime need the same for themselves too.
      Also, that’s really big of you to say so! Thankyou so much for such a high praise! 😊

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