Remain Alive Till The Dawn…

Remain alive till the  dawn,
Drink these tales before you are gone,
Remain alive till the dawn…

I told you this, I told that not,
For the norms of place, this I sought,
& these are words for which you’d care,
You might have felt, you might but not,
Feel this dear before you fawn,
Remain alive till the dawn,
Remain alive till the dawn…

Those tales, I tell, you’d love to learn,
Would make you wish to there return,
I wish this joy you discern,
I wish you know before you burn,
So,
Before close is the darkness drawn,
Remain alive till the dawn, &
Drink these tales before you are gone,
Remain alive till the dawn,
Remain alive till the dawn…

Abstract:- The situation involves the expressing character & someone close to him who is on the verge of death. He urges his dying friend to feel , listen & know all that he feels should be, before dying. Many things have remained untold for the norms of the world didn’t permit it, may be the person dying has felt it without words,  but, might be, not. His dying friend would love to learn these tales & shall wish to return to past, he feels. He wants his friend to feel this joy. So, in tears & fervor, he urges again that his dear friend listen to them before the darkness of death finally draws close, before the friend dies.

Relevant Word-Meanings:-
fawn:- show submission or fear,
discern:- to be able to see, recognize, understand, or decide something;

References for the Word-Meanings
:-
Cambridge Dictionaries Online: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/
The Free Dictionary by Farlex: http://www.thefreedictionary.com

 

 

 

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