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Pintu Mahakul

Freshman - 2,280 Points (Gandam, Deogarh district, Odisha, India)

In My Beats of Heart


In my beats of heart only you do blossom,
In my waves of mind only you do possum.
Without your dream, sleep does not come
With your grace speaks in miracle dumb.

In my every action, I remember you
In your action bless you wash poison yew.
Unseen your vow, but truth understands who?
In your mercy flow, I feel myself new.

In my every success, I see you as mirror,
Nobody is like you, always you are nearer.
In all my steps you add value essence,
By your grace always I do keep patience

In my flow of time, you are of my prime
Due to your support, I am able to climb.
In my building wall, you are my pillar
While you remind, I do hold the tiller.

In my knowledge you are lovely true essence
Only you can break the state of quiescence.
In my fly you are wings of support possum
In my life on earth only you do blossom.

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: Spirituality


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is based on such feeling while a soul realizes him as energy and feels that in his every beat of heart only God blossoms as flower and fragrance. In his every action he remembers and performs righteous action. He hopes to drag out the unpleasant and poisonous effects of outer sources by the help of God's grace only. While he devotes towards God he feels that inside his walls of house God is only the pillar and guides him to hold tiller during danger. Finally a devotee realizes that without God life is meaningless. So he sings that God only blossoms in his every step of life. This poem is written on a special occasion in Brahmapur, Odisha, India and dedicated to the people of the world.

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