Magic of The Night

Sana Rose By Sana Rose, 15th Aug 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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I am not completely aware of what I mean by this work, but it is a wary one, in case things do not work out, as a friend commented, while I tried to fulfill my dreams...

Magic of The Night

To the spangled beams
Of moonlight and stardust,
I whispered my dreams...

To the rainwashed air
Of the monsoon nights,
My heart I did bare...

In the fog that sailed
Scattering faint beams to more light,
My memories were veiled...

On nights meant to be shared,
I counted moments spent alone
And to dream and desire, I dared...

Thousands were the nights ~
Weren't they ~ that I waited against
The wars of my plights...

Ease me, take me in your arms,
Show me the magic behind reality
That you reign with your charms...

No, not the reality behind magic ~
Fine! I want the leftover moonbeams
And stardust, in case it's tragic...

-July 21st, 2011
© Sana Rose 2011


Fantasy, Magic, Night, Romance, Tragic, Wary, Wistful

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author avatar Sana Rose
A medical student with a love story with the pen since I was thirteen. Published poet at 22 and has completed a second collection and my first novel. Visit me at:

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author avatar 2bpositive
21st Aug 2011 (#)

Out of the darkness, the night, the unknown, you dare to see the light. The hope and strength shines forth from this work as the cool gentle breeze washes over with the waves at high tide.
After everything, you are commited to make do and be happy on so very little.
Beautiful poem!

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author avatar Sana Rose
21st Aug 2011 (#)

Thanks for such a beautiful interpretation, friend.. It makes the poem complete... :)

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
29th Aug 2011 (#)

Very highly creative and imaginative poem, quite magical !

"...the leftover moonbeams
And stardust", in this case it's really magic, I can say!

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