The Enlightened Soul

A lonesome evening it was,
When the night was approaching
With darkness along.

I was being comfort with
The evanescene of light
And the mask of smile
That I was wearing, fell off.

I fall to reminiscing,
And the memories started to unroll.
My heart was throbbing with pleasure
As I sat under the tree ruminating the past.

My mind was gorged,
It was gorged with inexorable grievous thoughts.
For a moment I thought
The moon sails through the windy skies,
But never relinquishes to glimmer.

I can't be a pessimistic soul anymore,
The past has gone
And that is where it is suppose to stay.
I will rise with all my strength and sagacity.
As a beautiful life is waiting ahead, With open arms for me.

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