Najib Altawell


Deity's Rain, Lighting And Thunder - Poem by Najib Altawell

The Deity in the jungle
Temple
Whispered to a stranger
Whose withering darkened face
Spoke of suffering
And tender

Rain, lighting
And thunder
Signs of the Deity's
Action
Not, what they have feared, as anger

Tired words murmured
At the farthest
Darkened
Temple
Corner
From a priest crossing
His chest
In the midst of incense
And singers

The singing and chanting
Grow louder
As the Deity
Touched
And begged
For a whisper

Emotions do create strangest things
Where miracles born
So they think
But only when intellectual mind
Surrender

Rain, lighting
And thunder
Signs of the Deity's
Action
Not, what they have feared, as anger


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 4, 2009



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