sathya narayana

(12-06-1958 / Nellore, Andhra Pradesh)

PROPHESY


The holy prophesies will sure come true.
No time the humans find to grieve and rue.
The darkest nights will glow with infant Sun
and days will cool with Moon in vibrant run.

His advent; skies are crooning, oh listen.
O' see the hopeful smiles of stars glisten.
Behold the rivers flow with glitzy glow;
hearken the oceans roar "Jayaho! Jayahoo! ."

Beware O' men; before that sacred dawn
the dancing demons of the darkness go
allegro! Blow their creepy clarions
and with askance and dread your hearts they stow!

I know; the hideous looks beautiful;
the beautiful frightens with face dreadful.
The right looks wrong and wrong looks right and lo
the searching saints are hit by panic blow!

But wait till ushers in the lovely dawn
when quelling all the qualms, flexes HE, His brawn! !

Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, April 18, 2012
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