Neela Nath


This Me Poem by Neela Nath


Where will go this me,
when I'll leave world?
My wishes, desires,
all will be furled?
Do not tell me
to leave this ray
of the sun, morning
and beautiful day!
Which numbness will
snatch my every sense
away, away from you
O life, to black trance.
From where I came shall
I go back, without protest,
no ways to solve? My ego,
my dear body to leave in haste?
So, care I take for it,
so love, a simple blister,
stops my heart beat.....
How can I stay bodyless,
just floating in the air?
In dark night, amidst,
unknown, and none to share.
My baby, home and soulmate,
without them, I 'll start
how following my fate?

Submitted: Monday, September 24, 2012

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  • Gold Star - 13,881 Points * Sunprincess * (9/25/2012 9:03:00 PM)

    I feel it will be a peaceful time as it was before
    we ventured into this life..just my thoughts on the subject.. :) (Report) Reply

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