Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

Soul Or Souls?


Only one Individual only one unseen
boundless infinite is that ocean
Confused we are, whether ocean
contain drops or drops make ocean..

Soul free of dualities finds nothing
dualities sing duet and dance in everything
soul trying to find itself, lost in own light
indulge in plight, fight and flight

Through many faces , through many eyes it looks
listens with many ears, touches with many skin
Organising senses and differently configuring them
looks at itself in wonder and as ever mysterious one.

Individual souls, drops and droplets, have to dry
form clouds, pour rain, flow back to ocean once again
each with its own merit, with own path, own transformations
according to stereo or geometric, having same soul
but different looking, different in shapes
physically different, different in chemical reactions

different even in isomorphism, morphologically different
look at individuals, looking, thinking and working different
This universe is like onion, peeling it nothing one find
but making right use, seeing light of life in
configurational and conformational isomerism..

Me and you, animals and plants, stars and planets
all made of same thing, live in same space!

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013
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