Bazi alis Subrata Ray

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The Revelatory Passages In Our Spiritual Journey. by Ray Subrata


Every visible object I behold,
Carries an image of eternal shadow,
The forest, the ocean, and the meadow.

The sky, -the mystic vast,
Floats in my Chaityana Akash,
And sustains a live panoramic cast.
The virgin tent on earth,
The cause of death and rebirth,
Takes home in vast Unconscious,
I see and feel a liquid telecast.

The properties of the infinite species,
Rise and fall in fossil dusts,
And remains surcharged for vacations,
Through the rolling gears of Time,

She, you and me, -are images,
The tiniest fragments of infinite,
Run through desires’ rails,
Laugh and cry for completeness, and,
Try to recreate, in our orbital atoms.

Escape spirituality, like escape-velocity,
May we have, to cross the gap, between,
Inert mind’s illusion and our liberated self,
To erase the point from the apparent map,
With purest holiness in our divinely budded cup!

Submitted: Saturday, June 11, 2011
Edited: Saturday, June 11, 2011

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