Vinod Kumar

(kannur-kerala-India)

DIVINE FIRE


In the dence forest
He walks with mother
Far fire views
Sparkled in the Brain

Returned the cave
Days and nights
Fire Burns in his head
With the heat of Sun

He lay down the rock
Near by the stream
walks from autumn
winter spring summer

At last he realise
The real inner fire
To torned the bow logs
And view Fire smiles

Afflamed the Holy pond
Offered dry spices
Oil and leaves
And retain for fair

The Holy fire
Gave Him all
And the Nature
For cure and cool.

Submitted: Saturday, July 11, 2009
Edited: Sunday, November 13, 2011

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  • Catrina Heart (7/11/2009 12:53:00 PM)

    The Holy fire
    Gave Him all
    And the Nature
    For cure and cool.
    ----
    Lovely cool inspirational poem....profound thoughts in season! ! ! (Report) Reply

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