Diwali Lights

 The tiny light-bulbs flickered,
 Blinked and tittered;
 Some fast,
 while some with a pace, metered.
 Some shone bright 
 in monochrome colours,
 Others chose 
 company of multi-hued peers.
 Some fell like Rapunzel's hair
 from the rooftop 
 to the ground below.
 Some lay in curls,
 On ledges and windows.
 Swaying gently in the passing wind.
 
 They seemed to enjoy
 Their day of freedom,
 from the dark lofts and attics. 
Had written this last year on Diwali eve. 

Wishing everyone the very best during this festival of lights. Happy Diwali.

Copyright @ Goutam Dutta

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