Monday, October 2, 2023

Wishing Star

Written By Ankita Srinivasan (Grade 10)

Lying back on the grass ground,
Beauty is abundant all around.
Silence fills up the clear night,
The sky was bright with light. 

A million stars glisten far away,
Casting light in a soft spray.
The moon in its crescent shape,
Show me the best landscape.

Arms crossed behind my head,
Springy grass I couldn’t see my bed.
Swirls of stars and planets my view,
A beauty present in very few. 

The various shapes intrigued me,
Constantly shifting for me to see.
A swift flash crosses like a scar.
And I wished upon a wishing star.

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Ankita Srinivasan
Ankita Srinivasan
Hey! I am Ankita Srinivasan. I live in Chennai, India, and I am an avid reader and love writing. I spend most of my free time with my story books and consider them to be my best friends. I love exploring, debating, acting and playing any sport that involves going out and playing.



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