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Pushkar Bisht

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You Don’t Need To Follow Me, I Am Nothing


If you really want to follow me
Then drag yourself to the path of light & realization
Because they have immense power
To turn you from coal into diamond to shine..
I know that you want to follow me
But I am also a particle of that energy.
Who has created both me and you..
But I want you to turn that lane
Which leads to perpetual bliss beyond life
Where you can be submerged into divine’s wine
It’s heartbreaking to say that I can give you nothing
Because I am a form of dust
That will perish with fire & turn into soil someday
But I want you to lift your soul up
That reaches to great heights
Where you can alone dance with divine in swirl

Submitted: Monday, December 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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