Nash Thomas

Rookie - 104 Points (30-10-1979 / Kadammanitta)

Spiritual Communism - Poem by Nash Thomas

Accepting all are brothers and sisters,
How can we loot?
A learned cannot salute slavery,
A learned cannot salute brutality,
Knowing all are brothers and sisters,
Caring for others is always ourselves,
Giving democratic thought,
That leads to elected ruling,
That leads to socialistic ruling,
That leads to communistic ruling,
That leads to helpful ruling,
All these levels need to pass,
To make all humanity, a commune,
Jesus, had this vision,
Osho, had this vision,
If one view human as a commune,
Free from caste, color or creed,
Many egos will vanish in the air,
Many crimes will vanish in the air,
Spiritualistic communism, a nice state,
That helps one to attain a peak point,
That helps one to get enlightenment,
That may lead to everlasting enjoyment,
Capitalism fails to solve humanitarian issues,
Democracy fails to solve humanitarian issues,
Socialism fails to solve humanitarian issues,
Communism fails to solve humanitarian issues,
Why all philosophy fails to success,
Spreading of all is one is vital,
All politics fail to spread this vital mantra,
Vital to solve clashes for ever,
That need spiritual communism,
With a slogan of ‘ Each for all and-
All for each, ’
Only spiritual communism will solve such problems,
We hope we will have spiritual communism,
We will think and work in the rest of our life.

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Comments about Spiritual Communism by Nash Thomas

  • Veteran Poet - 1,738 Points Dinesh Nair (11/27/2013 9:50:00 AM)

    Jesus had that vision', agreed and let us forget you did not think beyond BC 4 and the Buddha and the Mahavir are left unspoken of and let us also forget that the mythological Krishna and Rama are left unspoken of... But you wrote, 'Osho had this vision'... you have to explain further Mr Nash Thomas. The concept of spiritual communism is too heavy to be interpreted with this vision that smacks logic and awareness of social systems and demographic combinations prior to the life of odds across the West Asia. Anyways, your concept is fine.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 4, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013


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