dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath

(24-11-1944(real) 24-6-1944(official) / Keralam, India)

Me and You

Nascent Poetry

Thursday,19 June 2014
Nascent Poetry- 40- Me and You-20-6-2014- dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath Poet of INDIA

Me and You- 40-dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath Poet of INDIA
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Nascent Poetry- 40
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Only two Entity;
Me and You.
It is you become;
He or She;
All the rest are it;
And truly;
The Me the You!

The Blindness;
Spells: ' Mamaka
(Mine and that of
Pandava also) .

Me the No.one;
The negligible-
The insignificant.

The unsighted;
Depicts the You;
The Pandava;
The Fragile;
Not worth-mentioning.

Always the blindness;
Ignorance in Me;
Views the world;
In the dark color;
Rather in insensible;
The colorlessness;
The Nought.

But Knowledge;
Does make me Foll;
Thus Me the Full-Nil.
And You too Full;
The Oneness we are!

But the Division
Creating the war;
- Darkness,
The Ignorance-
The base.
The opening Sloka-verse- of Geetha
is engraving the material life
skilfully opening the celestial door
to Great Indian Thinking.

2 0-6-2014-dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath

Submitted: Friday, June 20, 2014
Edited: Friday, June 20, 2014

Topic(s): art

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Interpretation-4. opening sloka of Geetha.

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