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C.N.Premkumar (love poems, Veda of love, Life and love)


INFINITE EYES


Confessions of Krishna - 11


Your infinite eyes
The canvas of your mind
Paint all its feelings
With vibrant hues

Its dark lashes
Sweep slowly and roll on
Like the tiny waves
Over the blue sea

Once mother Yashoda saw
The entire universe
In my tiny mouth
When I was a boy so naughty

But I see all those wonders
In your eyes so mysterious
Which entice me like a butterfly
Lured by a flower's beauty

I wonder why I feel time stands still
When I look into your eyes
Filled with the calmness of the skies
And the deepness of infinity

When I take your soft cheeks in my hands
You always blush like rose petals
And look at me with your alluring eyes
Moist with the serene love in your heart

Once you said, I entice
All the three worlds with my eyes
But in truth your eyes captivate me
With the magical beauty of love

Rainbows bow before
The beauty of your eyebrows
Which touch the four horizons
Of my mind which longs for your love

(This is an imaginary poem written as narrated by God Krishna to his childhood love Radha, to show how sublime and deep his love was.)

Yashoda - Yasoda/Yashoda (Sanskrit - य श ो द ा ;) was wife of Nanda within the Puranic texts of Hinduism. Within the Bhagavata Purana it is describe that Yasoda later became the foster-mother to Krishna, who was born to Devaki but was given to Yashoda and Nanda in Gokul, by Krishna's father Vasudeva on the night of his birth, for his protection from Devaki's brother, the king of Mathura, Kamsa.

Upon Yashoda's request it is said that Lord Krishna opens his mouth in front of Yashoda who sees the Seven Oceans, the entire Universe with its vast expanse and also Lord Narayana seated upon Adishesha (The Divine Snake) , attended upon by his beloved consort Mahalakshmi. Upon this divine intervention, Mother Yashoda faints only to be revived by Lord Krishna and attended by Sage Narada, who explains to her about Krishna's Life.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Edited: Thursday, February 24, 2011

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  • Chaitanya Dorwat (3/28/2011 1:40:00 AM)

    Your infinite eyes
    The canvas of your mind
    Paint all its feelings
    With vibrant hues.......every reader will have his own version..when he reads these lines....no doubt u r brilliant (Report) Reply

  • Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK (11/17/2010 12:04:00 AM)

    Yashoda’s love canopied Batsalla Rasa [embodiment of Motherhoodness] …But Srimati Radha’s Love was Eternal n’ noetic ~ pure n’ pristine… [Madhur Rasa where Lord Krishna is the only Purusha]…good diction… … thanks for sharing Hon’ble Poet Premkumar-ji
    Regards
    Ms. Nivedita
    UK
    10/10 (Report) Reply

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