Harekrishna Meher

Rookie - 0 Points (5 May 1956 - / Sinapali, Nuapara, Orissa / India)

Best Wishes Of New Year - Poem by Harekrishna Meher

May the New Year be auspicious.
May the New Year confer on us
supreme glee, happiness
along with diseaselessness.

May the light of love be brilliantly kindled
in the temples of all the hearts.
May the lucid lotus of mind
bear excellent comeliness.
May noble thoughts perpetually eradicate
all dejections and depressions.

In the New Year, may the noble calibre
emerging from noble poets and thinkers expand.
Even under the firmament,
this calibre forms divine effulgence
enlighted with the wealth of learning.
May the calibre bestow prosperity,
fearless boon and all kinds of
achievements, brilliant and grand.

In all the directions
may the pleasant cooings of birds
herald sweet tidings of the riches
of flowers, fruits, trees and creepers.
May the lucid and clean water
quench thirst of the mundane creatures.

May the fragrant zephyr gladden
all the worldly beings.
Devoid of all pollutions,
may it blow from all sides
and discard all evils with envies
in the enlightened universe.

May the Earth rejoice and be blessed
with fortune by bearing timely rainfall;
also be opulent with excellent profuse corns
and be full of jewels along with sylvan riches.
May the robust infallible unity among the people
be fruitful with well-being.

May the dexterous technique of knowledge
removing all sufferings
and beauteously conferring peace,
be prolific in the world
by rendering welfare to the people.
May the great vow eradicate
all conflicts and collisions.

In the path of right policy,
with propitiated fortune
and virtuous with the vibrant incantation
of national integration,
may the Mother Earth,
shine fragrant, resplendent
beautiful and ever-glorious.
May the New Year be auspicious.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 21, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 15, 2012

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