Dr subhendu kar

(Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India)

INNOCENCE OF QUANTUM


Beauty awes being blessed from heaven
heart brims by hale of red in vein yet abounding
dew sparkles at dawn by spark of rays in gold
audacity of hope persists to pursue true path to harvest.

humanity bows reeling through cosmic flow of innocence
as man to see gleams of own god pervading to persuade
quest adored seems to follow whites of path to reach reality
yet inevitability is sheer truth that happened to happen.

Across space less space time moves on to accord bliss
soul ponders to delve serine path of journey to rise
endearment relishes to walk hand in hand to enchant
as songs of love aspire to latch onto light of resonance
by promise of last night moment expenses to recourse.

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2014

Topic(s): innocence


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