A smile from you can bring tons of moonlight into my world… A beautiful poem by Padmaja Ramesh
A smile from you
Can bring tons of
Moonlight into my world
Transforming me into a charmer.
A word from you
Can break all the walls of
Solitude around me
Translating my silence into poesy.
A look from you
Can grab my heart
And throw it into the deep blue sky
Making me a star.
A kiss from you
Can bring all the glories of
The world into my life
Making my dreams flourish.
This poem was first published in Meghdutam.com (between 1999 to 2002)
About the poet:
Padmaja Rajesh, resident of Canada, is a published writer. Her writings has been published both online and in print.
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