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C.N.Premkumar (love poems, Veda of love, Life and love)

C.N.Premkumar (love poems, Veda of love, Life and love)
Monday, July 19, 2010

Clouds Of Love

Rating: 4.3
Confessions of Krishna - 10


Oh golden twilight clouds,
Go far with the message in my songs
To where my beloved weeps for me
Wipe her tears and tell her she is mine

Let her know how sad I feel
In this world so unreal
In this suffocating silence
Left by her long absence

Carry the vapors of tears
From my eyes as your clouds of blue
Stay above her, high in the sky
Inundate her, with droplets of my sorrow

Let the thunders in my heart
Shiver all the Ashta-Dikpalas
With the reverberations of the mantra
‘Krishna loves Radha'

Let the lightning in my heart
Spread around the horizon
All the sparks of love I kept undisturbed
For the queen of my heart

Take her up in the whirlwinds of my mind
And carry her in the mighty winds
Take her in your stormy hands
Place her in my arms which crave for her touch


(This is an imaginary poem written as narrated by God Krishna to his childhood love Radha, to show how sublime and deep his love was.)

Ashta-Dikpalas- Gods ruling the eight sides. They are 1)East - Lord Indra 2)West - Varuna 3)North - Lord Kubera 4)South - Yama 5)South East - Lord Agni 6)Southwest - Niruthi 7)Northwest - Vayu 8)Northeast - Isana.

Mantra - is a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that are considered capable of 'creating transformation." Their use and type varies according to the school and philosophy associated with the mantra.

‘Krishna loves Radha' - With Krishna, Radha is acknowledged as the Supreme Goddess, for it is said that she controls Krishna with Her love. It is believed that Krishna enchants the world, but Radha enchants even Him. Therefore She is the supreme goddess of all.
C.N.Premkumar (love poems, Veda of love, Life and love)
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Beautiful lines. Wonderful poem.
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Bharati Nayak 26 July 2015
Radha and Krisna's love represent both worldly and other worldly love.It is no wonder that their names are always uttered together with most reverence by all writers, poets, philosophers, devotees and lovers.Your poem is really wonderful poem.If find time please visit my blog Bharatispen and read the poem COME BACK KRISNA
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A very creative composition.
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Akhtar Jawad 24 March 2015
Mera paigham muhabbat hay Jahan tak pahunche (My message is love Where ever it can raech....................Jigar Muradabadi) Besides liking this wonderful poem, I also liked the informative poet's note............10
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Pranab K Chakraborty 19 December 2014
Long days after hear it's resounding the Sanskrit legendary poet MAHAKAVI Kalidash's voice once again from 'KUMARSAMVABAM Kabbya. Imagery and expression perhaps resounding nearest to that classical poetic essence. May it be poet inspired by Indian classical treasure! There in 'Kumarsamvabam', Jakshya, the hero in confinement, sending his messages imagining cloud as his carrier from the top of Ramgiri hills, for his beloved Kanta who stayed long...long away from him. Just it echoes while reading this very poem. In another sense poet has tried much to illustrate Krishna-Radha relation from Baisnav philosophy by rhyme. Well it works. Thank you.
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Pranab K Chakraborty 19 December 2014
Long days after hear it's resounding the Sanskrit legendary poet MAHAKAVI Kalidash's voice once again from 'KUMARSAMVABAM Kabbya. Imagery and expression perhaps resounding nearest to that classical poetic essence. May it be poet inspired by Indian classical treasure! There in 'Kumarsamvabam', Jakshya, the hero in confinement, sending his messages imagining cloud as his carrier from the top of Ramgiri hills, for his beloved Kanta who stayed long...long away from him. Just it echoes while reading this very poem. In another sense poet has tried much to illustrate Krishna-Radha relation from Baisnav philosophy by rhyme. Well it works. Thank you.
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Pranab K Chakraborty 19 December 2014
Long days after hear it's resounding the Sanskrit legendary poet MAHAKAVI Kalidash's voice once again from 'KUMARSAMVABAM Kabbya. Imagery and expression perhaps resounding nearest to that classical poetic essence. May it be poet inspired by Indian classical treasure! There in 'Kumarsamvabam', Jakshya, the hero in confinement, sending his messages imagining cloud as his carrier from the top of Ramgiri hills, for his beloved Kanta who stayed long...long away from him. Just it echoes while reading this very poem. In another sense poet has tried much to illustrate Krishna-Radha relation from Baisnav philosophy by rhyme. Well it works. Thank you.
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Pranab K Chakraborty 19 December 2014
Long days after hear it's resounding the Sanskrit legendary poet MAHAKAVI Kalidash's voice once again from 'KUMARSAMVABAM Kabbya. Imagery and expression perhaps resounding nearest to that classical poetic essence. May it be poet inspired by Indian classical treasure! There in 'Kumarsamvabam', Jakshya, the hero in confinement, sending his messages imagining cloud as his carrier from the top of Ramgiri hills, for his beloved Kanta who stayed long...long away from him. Just it echoes while reading this very poem. In another sense poet has tried much to illustrate Krishna-Radha relation from Baisnav philosophy by rhyme. Well it works. Thank you.
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Full of feeling and pregnant with passion. Well done my friend!
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Heather Wilkins 11 December 2013
a beautiful well written poem let the lightning in my heart spread around the horizon
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Marvin Brato 24 September 2013
Excellent poem, very romantic indeed!
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Geetha Jayakumar 21 September 2013
Wow. wonderful poem on love.. Beautiful way you have presented it. Loved it. +++ 10
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