Star of the heavens

Poetry Jan 08, 2015

stars of heaven

The brightest of light
In the darkest of skies,
Emerging from the star
Of infinitive price.

I wish that dawn
Was forever lost
Cause not seeing you
Is what it costs.

Hear hear, it’s a star I love,
For I’m endlessly blind,
I know I can’t go near it,
Even if it’s on my mind.

You may not see
That I crave to see you,
It may not be appropriate
But I truly love you.

I would’ve come flying to you,
But the gravity is too strong,
Even though I break free,
The years between us is too long.

So here I stand,
With a broken heart,
Expressing all I see
Through this lovely art.

Manne Narayana Chandradhar

Manne Narayana Chandradhar is a poet and a freelance writer. Apart from literature, his other keen interests include travelling, football and food. He is always ready to try anything new.

Great! You've successfully subscribed.
Great! Next, complete checkout for full access.
Welcome back! You've successfully signed in.
Success! Your account is fully activated, you now have access to all content.