Divine Union - Poem by ATUL CHANDRA SARKAR

Do I have to open my eyes
To see you?
Never, yes, never;
Your aura brightens my shut eyes,
I can see you out and within;
You’re a tang, a fragrance,
That stirs up my senses,
You’re a thought,
That awakens a beautiful world,
Where language is Silence,
And movement,
The eternal rhythm that weaves
Kaleidoscopic collages
On Nature’s canvas.
You’re the warmth,
That melts and mingles me in you;
A reverie, I always hanker,
A dream, without an end;
My outline loses its trace
In your dimension:
Without frontiers,
I search my form,
Not because I want it back
But to ensure,
That I am really, really,
Blissfully lost
In you:
A departed soul
Beyond human view!

Topic(s) of this poem: redemption

Form: Verse

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Eyes are not required to see God.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 1, 2015

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