Anup Prakash

(09 march 1999 / Lakhisharai)

LOVE U ALL


Love infinite and most pure
Love unmatched, indescribable
Love divine born in flesh and blood
Love celestial in mundane terrains
Love that dispels all darkness
Love that won over death
Love that triumphed over evil
Love that redeemed mankind
Love that was crucified for saving man
Love exemplary that displayed total obeisance
Love that suffered without any expectations
Love that experienced a creature's life on earth
Love that made the earthly clay, heavenly
Love that longs to embrace all purified souls
Love that wrought miracles upon earth
Love that showed Almighty's omnipotence
Love that created heaven for righteous souls.

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2014
Edited: Thursday, August 07, 2014

Topic(s): love and art


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