Bijay Kant Dubey

After The Asthi-Kalasha, Started It The Pinda-Dana - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

After the immersion of the asthi-kalasha
Into the holy waters,
Geared I myself for pinda-dana,
O, do you pinda-dana,
Offering the things
For the shantih of the bereaved soul,
For breaking the maya
Of one who had been with
For so long,
Now she a soul, a spirit
Liberated from all our bonds
That bind her!

O, take you, take you for shantih,
O, bereaved and departed soul,
O, you, foograins rolled as pindas,
The planetary bodies too pindas
Of matter and mass
As you too were,
O, take you water,
Water to quench your thirst,
The thirst of the soul,
Water to quell fire flames!

O, returned it the components
Which it was formed of, composed of,
The five elements,
Earth to earth,
Fire to fire,
Water to water,
Air to air,
Spirit to spirit!

Topic(s) of this poem: art

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2015

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