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Anglicus Poems

Poem anglicus–Assurance

When I suffer defeat at the hands of nature and its elements, I console myself with your assurance. When I face problems

Poem anglicus–Conviction

They say I have come from the other world, where I once was one with you. Now, you sent me in this

Poem anglicus–Who has

He, who has got a glimpse of your pure beauty, does not feel sad with the ugly picture of this world. He, …

Poem anglicus–He, who

He, who moves the whole world with His sheer will and without even moving His little finger, seeks my hand to move, …

Poem anglicus–Unquenchable thirst

There were wishes, charms, motives, and intentions: The amalgamated joy of this world captured my attention for long. The sky with its

Poem anglicus–If my

If my trembling body and heart give you pleasure my Lord; let me quiver in the ecstasy of your vision. If my

Poem anglicus–Being human

Crossing the threshold of existence with a gigantic leap does not justify the award of being born as a human. quia, what

Poem anglicus–Shiva grove

(Inspired by a song of Shambhu Vineberg) The dark forest around my being is impassable—it is thick, dense and full of elusive

Poem anglicus–haec, quod

I have not come to you to get the things that I love; magis, to love you before other things could lead

Poem anglicus–Magical Forest

(Inspired by a song of David Arkenstone) Sauntering into the deeper realms of the forest, I hear a celestial music that sets

Poem anglicus–imperfectio

Valde mihi bonus animus contulísti, Dominus, quia, it wants to know about you and propels my thirsty soul to

Poem anglicus–Innocence

To know about this world, its cultures, its traditions, and its ever-changing nature is a good thing. To know something about you

Poem anglicus–Juicy Fruit

The fruit must fall from the tree, Dominus, quia, you want to fill this world with the juice of your nectarine

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