A Darkened Spectre
By Meher Gandhi
In a darkened spectre, moonlight sings-
A beautiful song unknown,
High above the obvious beings,
To the world oblivion to both laughs and groans.
The sparkly night,
The stars that flow,
Make up for heavenly light,
To shine and glow.
The snowy sparks of black and white,
The heated cold of the chilly night,
The fallen leaves that rise and fly,
Tell me to never leave and always try.
The windy spirals of glittering ice,
The trees never windblown,
Create a space like paradise,
In the sandy desert unknown.
The frozen roses,
The dew on the leaves,
Shine bright through the dark,
With the light the night weaves.
How could I ever leave this soothing scene?
I wish to forever listen to this breeze.
I wish to breathe in the sweet mist,
Not to leave any rose unkissed.
Basically, I had to do a winter special! Winter is my favourite season. It’s all so beautiful and aesthetic in winter! I love the vibes I get in December (
also because it’s my birthday month).
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