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English Poem–May I

If still there are some arguments that forbid your attainment; If still there is a destiny that does not comprehend our communion; …

English Poem–Mergence

In those guarded arteries of my heart, I seated my little self, which I prized more than anything else. And you, my …

English Poem–Hope

I hope at every sunup That your love will fill the life’s cup.   I hope with every rising wave That from …

English Poem–Your Will

I am not well versed in rites and rituals. I do not know how to welcome you when you will respond to …

Prayer

English Poem–Prayer

Sometimes you give me no power, no authority to even work out on a single page of creativity. For you sense some …

Realization

English Poem–Realization

The realization of one’s faults and wrong deeds renders the individual afire with the sense of shame, for, your grace has forgiveness …

Together

English Poem–Together

(Inspired by a song of Shambhu Vineberg)   While deeply engrossed in a conversation with somebody, I have felt that snapping realization …

The Divine Child

English Poem–The Divine Child

He guides me through the minutest detail of my little undertakings, but forbids His assistance when I face huge problems. He forgives …

Your Ways

English Poem–Your ways

It is not in your nature—though nobody can understand it—to accept or look for thanks in return to the gifts and blessings …

English Poem–Higher Descent

The windows of my dark chamber, which once were used to pass fluted winds of your love, have become a cacophonic cluster …

English Poem–Unnatural nature

When my King is thoroughly occupied with my thoughts, He ignores me completely. When He is overpowered by the welling desire to …

English Poem–Spider’s Net

I have hovered around all the places of fragrance and smell: Trying to satiate the thirst of these senses that are always …

Start End Point

English Poem–Start-end point

How strong and strange is the play of your own creation! You impose on yourself a silken veil of Mâyâ—the eternal delusion—and …

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