That was a starless night. The climate was stuffy too. BUt I had the moon beside, Dressed in a denser blue. While she spoke and laughed, Tiny bells clang inside me. And the sound was too soft, Yet succeeded in moving me. To her, it might have been a time-pass. To me, my time seemed to pause. I wished it to prolong forever. I still am not able to cover, My misty eyes and dreamy state, Though I come out of it quick. None other thing is so great In this man that you may like. Now the sky is full of stars And seen also is the moon. A gentle breeze tears me bare But I feel so empty too. One day, my joy will return Oh! I am so sure of it! I don't brood now, but in turn Work hard to deserve it.