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I wish not to find it under the trees
No! Never behind the walls
of decorated Monasteries
Church, Gurudwara, or Temple Mount
Preaching of Gospel or in Azzan loud
Kirtan, Pravachan, Prophecies' mess
Am wise enough not to look for it
At some Himalayan caves

A loaf of bread for the rumbling bellies
To douse the flair of anguish in dolorous eyes
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E N L I G H T E N M E N T
Friday, July 24, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: prayers,reality,spirituality
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COMMENTS
Bipasha D 07 September 2020
I agree with you. Excellent work! After all Swami Vivekananda said " Those who serve others serve the Lord in the true sense"
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Mahtab Bangalee 24 July 2020
Something best doing for others is always enlightenments of life.....
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Rajnish Manga 24 July 2020
A very meaningful poem. Religion and faith have different appeal for different people depending upon their family background, financial position and personal value system etc. One thing is clear. Those who can't fulfill their bare essential needs, religious debate is of no use. Thanks.
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Cowboy Ron Williams 24 July 2020
I especially like the line about the loaf of bread for the rumbling bellies!
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