by yogi73   Dec 29, 2017

What do I know of the land of Shiva,
the mantra, the sacred sound
written into my skin.
I am yet the vibration of Bhrama
and the garden universe awaits.

A place of beauty, in the
foreign land of the destroyer, to
meditate the mind and be with the creator in
the quiet stills between breaths.
For one breath must sacrifice itself
so that another may begin.

In my minds eye I see peace
and transform. I see a petal of
the lotus floating and tranquil.
I see the wind pulling through
the swaying willows. I see the
dragonfly's flight, agile and light.

I have sought the deeper wisdom, only
to find it changed, as i am changed.
The great divine mother, her power
pours me though time. We blur
into the cosmos as all becomes energy.

Maya dulls the sleeper from who we are,
From awakening into the absolute state.
Only when the illusion is gone do I transform.
I become the lotus on water. I become the wind
in the willows. I am the dragonfly


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  • 11 months ago

    by Milly Hayward

    This is truly beautiful. A spiritual piece that transports the reader into a peaceful paradise. Loved this and had to add it to my favourites. best wishes Milly x

    • 11 months ago

      by yogi73

      Thank you kindly

  • 11 months ago

    by Meena Krish

    Something I can associate and relate to with my religion
    and you have penned it with elegance and simple words of
    vivid visuals...thank you...loved the read.

    Keep penning ~

  • 11 months ago

    by Brenda

    Such a lovely write! Your visuals are so lush, they flow like water in this. Well done-

  • 11 months ago

    by Dagmar Wilson

    This is absolutely beautiful. Add to my favorite. All the very best.

  • 11 months ago

    by Maple Tree

    Oh my goodness... I am speechless, this is beautiful!!!

    • 11 months ago

      by yogi73

      Thanks for the lovely feedback. Ive read many of your poems over the years, and they are very thoughtful, so i really appreciate your compliment

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