Treasure Island

Kavitha Krishnamurthy

(09 Jan / Chennai)

Meeting with god


I slowly made a journey to the god's place
Awestruck by the beauty, I gradually marched
Taking tiny steps, I went ahead

Seated on a golden throne was the lord himself
With a bright face and reassuring smile
He invited me and I went and sat nearby

With a confused mind, I asked him though
Why does such a lovely place have no gate?
Lord said, my dear child, my doors are always open for my children

I saw a huge mountain of unknown material nearby
I asked god what that was
He replied, when my children make a prayer
To free their heart of their burdens
I do collect them and clear up their heart
This is the mountain of such burdens

I found a magical substance being sprinkled towards earth
God said that was his blessing
Being packaged and appropriately delivered

Fascinated by god, I closed my eye
And began to pray with full faith
When I opened my eyes, I could not see god
I found myself in my living room

May be god wanted to send a message through me
So he had given me a glimpse of his miraculous power

Submitted: Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Edited: Saturday, December 04, 2010

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