mamutty CHOLA


God Is Omnipresent - Poem by mamutty CHOLA

One day my baby doll asked me,
Papa, tell me where is God?
why can't we see Him?

I looked at her with smile and admiration
Said I, ho my love, look around

He is everywhere in nature.
Be it  sun rise or sun set
Be it  Moon, stars, and galaxy
Be it cool morning breeze
Be it  mighty sea waves
Be it  flow of crystal streams
Be it  majestic ice covered Himalaya
Be it  rains with its rhythmic sound
Be it  dancing leaves on the tall trees
Be it  seasons of various hues and colours
Be it  enchanting rainbow in the bark clouds
Be it  blossoming of buds into flowers
Be it  meadows spread miles and miles in the valley
Be it  the peacocks strutting by, and deer's acrobats
Be it  our loving dog-Bozo now resting  in his heavenly abode
Be it  the majestic walk of lions in the forest
Be it birds and falcon flying  high in the skies
Be it  caravan of royal clouds carrying shades and water far and near
Be it vast deserts and its changing dunes
And be it our soul in our body

God is omnipresent. We can only feel
and experience His presence within us.

How I wished I had a photograph of Him
I would have hung it in our drawing room! !

It is all matter  of  faith and believe  my love.
She gave  beautiful  smile and said you are a great papa
Mamutty chola,

Topic(s) of this poem: hymn

Form: Hymn


Poet's Notes about The Poem

OMPRESENCE

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018



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