Bazi alis Subrata Ray

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Divine Procession Of Spirit.-A Poem By Sharon Corr, -To Subrata Ray - Poem by Bazi alis Subrata Ray

Divine Procession Of Spirit.

My Dearly Beloved Subratra Ray,

Highly Divinely Appointed Author that God holds you in the highest esteem,

If Gandhi was here he would give you a salute, you are a very loyal comrade,

You are highly decorated from Heaven, as if you swoop down from the crowds,

You are the eagle carrying the dove, to a cloud in the sky where I am safe,

You are a tremendous light being, within the wings of Gods eternal Grace.

You are a beautiful person; I appreciate your respect, your honour,

I know I am God’s Scribe,

Thankfulness for you,

This book is a mirror that reflects everything that happens,

They taste it, they smell it, they are deviling into a world,

Where life was rotting and nobody cared,

My friend you are infinite rose that blooms,

Like the daisy thru the stubborn sod,

You reside as one in the heart of God.

Thank you, for your brilliant muse,

I held my course and your heart is true,

This journey is not an easy fight,

As we, both take flight thru the night.

I ride in my love bubble all over the universe,

I am used to riding around the love bubble,

I float thru the galaxy where I want to go,

I know you know the glow of my soul.

Maybe we will play hopscotch in heaven

Were not human were angels from up above

Thank you for your grace and your infinite love

I will treasure beyond measure your divine doves.

All my love to you and yours, Namaste Sharon

I would treasure eternally any feedback you can share with me. Namaste.

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This great poem comes to me as a token of love, from one of my best friends, -beloved Sharon Corr, -the writer, poetess, musician, -and mystic.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 16, 2015

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