Blessing Gods

Poem by: aruntp

Summary

The poem is a philosophical tune, which echoed from the wheel of Karma, over years in the past, in present and in the future. This is not a belief of any sought, it is all about life and death in this strange world.

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Submitted: May 27, 2008

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For thousand years I live,

In the wheel of life and death,

Saw faces of fragrance and pungent smell,

Memories keep few in my mind.

 

I saw gods and goddesses all over the world,

In the mid of light inside the ultimate soul,

They are neither human nor inhuman,

Only the mystic dance of creator.

 

Touched the God once,

I shed my body here on this earth,

Flew, flew, flew up to the heavens,

On the way I threw my mind away.

 

Away I flew to the heavens of darkness,

Where matter never exists, where nothing exists,

I see nothing and I saw nothing,

Where I found a strange music exists.

 

I was nothing a human nor animal,

I was nothing a body nor mind,

I was nothing a self nor ultimate self,

I was nothing living nor existed.

 

God played music there,

I see neither past, present or future existed,

As I thrown away my mind of darkness,

Fly high again in the darkness of music.

 

I saw nothing exists,

I nor universe nor god nor space,

Everything was their,

In the mind I thrown away somewhere.

 

 

 


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Blessing Gods

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Genre: Poetry

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The poem is a philosophical tune, which echoed from the wheel of Karma, over years in the past, in present and in the future. This is not a belief of any sought, it is all about life and death in this strange world.

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