Aparna Chatterjee


- Belong -


If you know
You've always
Belonged to him,
How does it matter
If they say,
You cannot go to him?

Wherever he is
In this universe
Are you not
Already there
With him?

Belongingness is such
It breaks all barriers…
Or shall I go a bit further
And say, it's beyond all
Barriers…

If you belong to him,
Let alone death, even
God cannot separate
You from him.

Belongingness remains
The oneness remains…
Beyond age
Beyond time
Beyond birth
Beyond all sins
And virtues…
Beyond all earthly crime.

It's a heavenly
Feeling…
Beyond eternity…
Timeless, ethereal,
Spiritual…
So divine and sublime.

Submitted: Saturday, June 30, 2012

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