Begone - Poem by Arunesh Goswami
I shall begone, I shall begone
Far from this earth to my dwelling place
Where all my lovers are waiting for me to return
In my dreams I see them rule
The vestige of my night’s unruly heart at days;
For nothing can compare those flowers so beautiful
Waving in the breeze in the garden of ours,
The ripples in the lake, the whisper thru the trees, the holy moon
Knock on my heart deep within
And fly me away from the vain powers.
The spirit of mine is embraced all over by a lovely feeling
That swells all the time I grow older
And like a poet, a saint I keep on dreaming
Of my home while the wild world looks on
Helplessly as if I m a peal, a wonder!
Thou cometh from love and shall begone
To love, my heart loves thee true
Thru the ocean of time shining like the sun
My love like a storm takes me home
And I must say to thee ‘I love you’.
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