Harekrishna Meher

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Harekrishna Meher Poems

1. Ten Incarnations Of God: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
2. The Beauteous Moon : Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
3. Music, Devotion, Eros And Literature: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
4. Spring Enjoyable: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
5. Rama’s Coronation In The Vision Of Sita 1/14/2010
6. River Tamasa: Philosophy Of Life 1/14/2010
7. Supreme Divine Voice 1/21/2010
8. Sweet Words Of Poet Jayadeva 1/3/2011
9. Sylvan Beauty (Vana-Lakshmi) 1/22/2010
10. Sita And Chitrakuta Mountain: Tapasvini 9/20/2012
11. Song Of The Beloved Maiden 1/7/2013
12. Song Of The Lover 1/7/2013
13. Song For The Poet 1/7/2013
14. Song For Recognition 1/7/2013
15. Song For The Mother 1/7/2013
16. Song Of Auspicious Resolve 10/21/2019
17. Song For The Indian Language Sanskrit 10/21/2019
18. Time Eternal 1/5/2010
19. Sita In Hermit-Garden: Tapasvini 9/20/2012
20. Rhyme Of Modern Life 11/26/2009
21. Meghaduta: Charm Of Love 1/14/2010
22. The Ambrosial 1/14/2010
23. Maxims From Tapasvini Kavya 1/3/2011
24. Alakā City In Meghaduta 1/14/2010
25. Mango-Blossoms With Sharp Tips: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
26. Free Birds We Are 2/23/2010
27. Gita-Govinda: First Verse 1/14/2010
28. Immortal Sanskrit 1/3/2010
29. Incantations Of Speech 1/21/2010
30. Incantations Of Unity 1/21/2010
31. Life Beautiful 11/27/2009
32. All-Pervading Supreme Being 1/21/2010
33. Divine Doctor: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
34. Baby, The Divine Form 2/6/2010
35. Best Wishes Of New Year 1/21/2010
36. Conjugal Love Of Sita And Rama 1/14/2010
37. Duty Of A King 1/22/2010
38. Exuberance Of Nymphs: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
39. Fierce Tiger: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
40. Fine Face With Five Flowers: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011

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Best Poem of Harekrishna Meher

Love Knows No Distance

“Even far, I’m thy very near.
This always keep in the heart, My Dear!
Moon and Lily both are
from each other, away very far.
Still flows all the while
their love ever-juvenile.
For a loving couple, see,
the distance may whatever be,
hers is he
and his is she.”

[ From Poet Upendra Bhanja’s Oriya Kā vya ‘Prema-Sudhā nidhi’ (Chapter-XIV) , Translated by: Dr. Harekrishna Meher ]

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Baby, The Divine Form

Behold the effulgent form of divinity
in the soft figure of a child,
which is endowed with pure,
white and beautiful teeth.

Verily in the mortal world,
the child forms heavenly bliss,
the fruit of conjugal figures.
In the lucid river of child’s body,