Describes my entire thought process
Really nice. Your style has changed. From broad, meandering stokes on canvas to well chiselled sculptures.
In the 2nd stanza, the nature of the stars' laughter is interesting. In the first line, one might suppose they're merely laughing at the moon. But the final 2 lines suggest they also laugh at their own expense (as well as the futility of hiding): that which gives them existence (both moon & stars) is the dark night. Because of which, efforts to hide are futile. The 1st stanza though has a curious twist. The effort of the moon to hide is conventional enough in poetry: it veils itself and reveals itself in the monthly cycle. The cause (motivation) for its famous tendency to shy away from sight seems more novel: the poet identifies a cosmetic malady . . .for 8 very short lines, there's much there. Interesting intro to your work -- thanks.d.i.
anshuman and d.i.: Thank you both for your insight!
Hi...Through roaming around I come to your blog(actually I’m looking to learn to create creative blog)the last line is really very deep....if weren't for the dark....it says lot...lot.....If we weren't for the dark then how could we tell the world the story of moonlight!!Heiii...just stop by my blog: http://simplydev.blogspot.com/ and take a look so that I can get help to make my blog a little glamorous
I liked it! The mocking stars especially. :-)
Clever comparison of the human condition and nature.
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