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Apr 1
silky on that day,
the moon fades away,
only, for the HAPPENS,
will return alone, on his way.
Reflecting on the transient nature of beauty and the cyclical rhythm of life, this verse captures the fleeting brilliance of the moon and hints at the inevitable return of events, despite their temporary absence. despite the moon's departure, there's an anticipation of its inevitable return, echoing themes of resilience and the enduring cycle of life.
Nitin Pandey
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Nitin Pandey  22/M/In observation
(22/M/In observation)   
   Eshwara Prasad
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