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Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

Visitor to Earth?


Know one thing
No one thought
Or no one fought Not in the moment
my parents fought
romantic thought They never thought
They never brought,
not been they brought Neither they designed
But surely are destined
I too was destined,
nature reacted,
to love they acted, And they wanted
And they never waned
I fell trapped in their love! The showered
shared their love
I got major share! They earned and saved
But more share they gave
As well they ate less to save
more for me! They were gods
and I was god
fell to their love! They went and I continued
Now we are two, ours two,
But one flew after days few! We have love and we can't act
love to trap one more god to visit
and be event of our home!

Submitted: Monday, May 14, 2012

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when I read Osho was visitor to Earth, this thoughts came!

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