Bijay Kant Dubey
The Dark Goddess, Kalratri, Mahharatrti And Moharatri
The Dark Goddess is none but Kali,
Mystical and Mythical,
Nocturnal and Supernatural
And the world Her Lila, the Play Divine.
Kalratri, Maharatri and Moharatri,
I mean the Night of Doom and Delusion,
Maharatri, the Greater Night is She,
Mohatratri, the Night of Illusion.
The syllabic mantras sacred and sacrosanct,
Telling about the states of life and the world
In an abstarct and mystical form,
How beautiful the script, pregnant with meaning, pithy and full of brevity.
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