Subrata Ray

(27.01.1959 / Nator, Rajsahi, Bengladesh)

Supernatural And Science

Observation, experimentation, and conclusion,
The Sun rises in the East and sets in the west,
The Sun through the earth moves in a motion,
To rely the sense perception, seems to be best.

You are blind born with deaf and dumb,
You are language –isolated, world-alien,
Yet you communicate with your intuition,
Your occult science, invisible vision.

The devil is a born intellect,
God wishes him to be a Fate,
He might discover a vaccination,
But his is otherwise a situation,
He outdoes the Satan of our imaginary hell,
With his atom-bomb he rings civilization’s knell.

You have created a supernatural sound,
A voice between twittering and hound,
You have turned the body to a lump of fresh,
The distorted Hiroshima, is your science’s trace.

You deny God,
You are devil’s lord,
You can’t create an acre of grass,
The sunny valley, primrose terrace,
You have no idea from where words come,
You are not sure of your future to jump,
You depend on your senses links,
You even not know what the next you would think.

You are supernatural in your clay-made body,
In your good and evil you are ever moody,
In your love, anger, and ego’s gate,
In uncertain consequence of natural rate,
In mysterious changes of the chemical mind,
What is your true being you never find.

Submitted: Sunday, September 05, 2010
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