Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab

Silence Of Buddha

I was a next door neighbour
Of Buddha and we frequently
Talked to each other
But whenever I asked him
About the existence of God
He remained silent
As if silence was his answer

But when I became noisy
He secretly told me
It is beyond the understanding of man
Who is excited and sends waves of thought
With high frequency but shorter of wavelength
Come down
And have ‘’ no thought’’ situation
Like me
Then you will see
There is no frequency of your waves of thoughts
In another way it means
You have the longest wavelength
Which is in complete convergence with the waves of infinity.

Submitted: Thursday, October 03, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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  • Tribhawan Kaul (10/4/2013 8:59:00 AM)

    Buddha is within us. Yes it is our neighbor. We talk with each other. Yes one fails to locate HIM.....a very nice poem to absorb.. (Report) Reply

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