Miraj Raha


An Ode To Poemhunter - Poem by Miraj Raha

In this august assembly, I stand
witnessing the amalgamation of poets
from all the corners of the world.

Where race, color, culture, religion
all at once become meaningless,
and in the end I see only One thing
of eternal value, Humanity.

Through the poems, I acquire wisdom, Love,
anguish, happiness, sorrow, laughter, pain,
and an unlimited diversity of Expressions,
yet in the end, all I am able to understand
better is none other than My own Self.

I realize how beautiful is Happiness,
how powerful is Pain, how deep is a feeling
but still there is this subtle perception,
that the Ultimate Goal is to rise above
them All.

I thank you PoemHunter for providing
this platform of constant wonder, like a
vast ocean, and waves after waves they come,
just when I feel, I have seen the most perfect piece
of work, along comes another one.

Topic(s) of this poem: life, ode

Form: Free Verse


Comments about An Ode To Poemhunter by Miraj Raha

  • (10/14/2015 10:47:00 AM)


    ..but still there is this subtle perception,
    that the Ultimate Goal is to rise above
    them All..

    wonderfully depicted.. the evolutionary path of consciousness - to rise and rule over others -
    for the mind to be crowned..Thanks for sharing this poem, Miraj..hope to hear from you soon, all the best!
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  • Sanjukta Nag (9/19/2015 3:03:00 AM)


    An ode to poemhunter... liked the idea and the writing too. great values of life are also included in the poem that took it to a good level. thank you (Report) Reply

  • Liza Sudina (9/17/2015 2:01:00 PM)


    Ode To Poemhunter - this site realy deserves such lines! ABSOLUTELY! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Gajanan Mishra (9/17/2015 10:24:00 AM)


    eternal value - humanity, I like it.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2015

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 24, 2016


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