Praveen Kumar In Celestial Glow


Greater Than Infinite


You're greater than infinite,
You're immesurable, invisible,
Yet all pervading around me;
However tall I stretch to catch you,
You remain beyond my grasp;
However hard I strive to withdraw from,
You resurface to prove again
That I'm incomplete without you;
You bubble up from stark void
And disappear in infinite's stream,
Leaving me puzzled what you are.

I called you my golden wonder,
But I realise words too shallow;
No wonders can be puzzling as you're,
Nor any gold be so noble as you're,
Nor a golden wonder has your depth;
The glitter I see is from divine light
That streams out of your subtle charm;
The subtle depth I find around you
Reflects intensities of power you have;
You're present all over me, within,
But I see you nowhere, hear nowhere,
Nor trace you beside, however I try;
For, you transcend me, my fancies,
Beyond my horizons is your depth.

You're greater than infinite,
You're immesurable, invisible,
Yet all pervading around me,
Leaving me puzzled what you are.

Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2012

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