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Kumarmani Mahakul

Veteran Poet - 4,004 Points (Gandam, Dist-Deogarh, Odisha, INDIA)

Dancing Day


In wheel of time dances the day
Who moves around who can say?
Who knows? Why does day dance?
Some may know secret by chance.

Why a day is created? In Far East,
There sun rises, in middle lap of mist.
Child day grows in to burning noon
Becoming old goes away in West soon.

Sun goes in West, welcomes moon,
Calmness in light comes, pours boon.
Changes we see come in very sudden,
In spite of pressure we leave burden.

Some say western it is some say modern,
Some say stars fall on ground in sudden.
Night is ignorance but day is the scholar,
Shadow follows light the power is of solar.

Day merges both eagerly and walks alone
Dances but does not bother in cyclone.
Does not become hurry, dances more
As wind dances with dust near sea shore.

Moon appears and disappears in sky,
Stars during fall on ground break in shy.
They cry for long to get God near them
Miracle it is, come on glorify God's name.

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: Spirituality


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Time moves in cyclic manner and moves like wheel. A day dances in this wheel only. Who can say that who moves around day and time? Why a day dances this many do not know. Although many do not know but still by chance some may know the secret behind dancing of the day. Even of many ask that why a particular day is created in Far East? There even in Far East in middle lap of mist sun rises giving the appearance of day. At that time day remains as child but grows automatically to burning noon. Even of in that state day does not remain but in West direction goes away soon by sunset. Sun goes in West but welcomes moon. Due to this calmness comes and it pours boon on all. Changes come in very sudden although we see them but do not able to notice. Although we get pressure in life in day at night while moon comes we leave our burden. To such changes some people say that this is western one and some say this modern style. Many consider night as ignorance and day as the scholar. Shadow follows light. This is generated due to impact of light on any object. Night is the shadow of the day light. The day walks by taking all ignorant persons and matters along with scholars. This is the power of solar energy. Knowledge is just like solar power of sun. Day merges both night and day light and walks. Day dances but does bother at all even cyclone comes. Without becoming hurry day dances more as wind dances with dust particles near sea shore. Moon appears and disappears in sky. Due to this while stars fall on ground break in shy in their falling state. Souls are just like stars and they fall on ground and dance wearing bodies of human beings. They cry in shy due to appearance and disappearance of happiness because all things here are temporary. Because they fall on Earth and stay here for long time so cry to get God near them. It is really a miracle. So all of you please come and let us glorify God's name. This poem is written in such theme on occasion of Lord Ganesh Pooja in Deogarh, Odisha, India and dedicated to the people of the world on 4th September 2014.

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