September 2, 2009 Azadeh
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All is darkness,
and the statues’ glimpse,
stone statues without heart.

Crows are sitting on top,
cruelty multi-foliaged Tulsi,
and no one asked why,
I have never walked on the wet meadow after the rain.

Earth is greedy,
it sucks and hides in its citadels.

The old Guru in the ashram promised:
One day, after the rain,
in the sun rise,
when the sky is cloudy and sunny,
all in the heart of the earth will grow.

One day far, but not near.


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  • 1. Biswajit Dash  |  September 11, 2009 at 7:21 pm

    When the Guru in the ashram says that the day is far, he of course doesn’t say it is impossible. He means you need to have enough patience to reach that beautiful day. Beautiful composition…Truly touching!

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