Deb Panda

(1992 / KEONJHAR, ODISHA, INDIA)

Prayers to Lord!


Oh’ Lord!
Away from the world, murmuring
Darkness, with chores of my life-
Find it to clouds, in bated breath-
When ages around me passed, in strife!

Oh’ Muse!
My prayers match to the orders-
From heaven, I smile welcoming-
This futile ache, limits of reserve
For my soul meets, matchless string!

And lunar flashes did not let me-
Empty handed, night has prolonged-
And blessed! with your poised gait-
When this mind fails, heart prevails!

You will be across this bated breath-
For those formless beats- holds from above-
To pacify this ailing possession- truth,
In breathless quest; for this magical glance!

Oh’ Lord!
Read this letter, among your trivial pleas-
With a brief place in the numbers-
Offered before you; for this is the pen,
The world overlooks; but you!

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

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