Dear sun, dear power of this nature,
Entire sky and also your light rays,
Grass and plants along with the city,
All are reflected well in clear water.
You are also reflected here as diamond,
We are thinking, you have risen in stream,
You have made the sky golden in beauty,
Silvery clear water is going to be golden.
Instead of remaining in sky today here,
Crescent clouds swim in lap of water,
Like you do the rain of rays towards Earth,
Clouds will do rain today towards sky.
This is mutual understanding of sharing,
Grace is same but we vibrate from both,
You are smiling inside stream water,
Cleverly you want to flow towards ocean.
In ocean, stream becoming river unites,
Soul loves to unite with God in purity,
God is ocean of peace, bliss, love and light,
Sun, we know you are wishing to meet God.
© Kumarmani Mahakul,21 September 2017. All rights reserved.
mutual understanding of sharing sir, beautiful
Mutual Understanding! ! ! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
Beautiful reflection of water you have caught through your power of perception. Benevolent soul rightly takes astral journey. God has given power to have this journey. He has given wisdom. This poem is very lovely and you are a nice poet. Nice revisit!
The photo enhances your poem most effectively. It is a change from looking in a mirror to see your image when you see that on the surface of water. To me, ' silvery clear water is going to be golden'-always. It is God who creates all the water on the planet. This poem really made me think.
Sun is reflected in water i same image. Greatest happiness we get remaining with God. We search for eternal happiness and we get this. God teaches us righteousness. Thank you very much for sharing this. You are a nice poet. This poem is excellent poem.
Beautiful poem. Mutual reflection vibrating to and fro defining the nature in a beautiful way. Loved reading it.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
The sun always reflects its rays on dusts and water, great write, thank you for sharing the poem with us