As you make your presence felt in a lazy evening,
I can do nothing but fall for your illumination,
I neglect every phenomenon unveiling in front,
For I don’t want to miss a second of your sobriety.
When life was lost in your solitude,
When I had thought none could be as mysterious and as subdued,
I did find someone singing a swansong,
That she was the one to stay with me all along.
Her warmth embraced untarnished happiness,
Her subsistence dazzled with a radiance,
Her words echoed guilelessness,
What more can I say in sheer helplessness?
Though I’ve parted with the moon,
I’m sure it wouldn’t have rendered a melancholic tune,
It had lost a battle overshadowed by a glaring luminosity,
And It had to accept its defeat with utmost dignity.
I had a tough call to make,
I had an entire life at stake,
I made my stance clear,
That she was the dear one
With whom I would shed every tear(in happiness).