! God! Take Me In Your Hands Poem by Rema Prasanaa

! God! Take Me In Your Hands

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I came to your abode God,
my glockenspiel loud to wake you up
my mind in manacle, realized
not your gentle demeanors
my gonfalon, emblazoned
golden lines read addendum of
my grievances and greed
there no prayers on my lips
to praise you and you gazed at me
your smile effulgent pierced
my huge equipage and
to reform me I admit
never you listened my cries

I am there near your sanctum God
again and in my hand folds
offer a prayer to praise your clemency
realize my mind now
you only can calm me down
attune my strings of life to praise
your divine aureole, allow me
to grace your axioms in my gasp
take me in your arm, care me
earth caves underneath, meridian breaks
hold me safe in your heart and
lift me to your paradise...

(Inspired by Tagor's Sagarika)
© Rema Prasanna
July 29,2008

Mamta Agarwal 29 July 2008

only when we surrender to God, do we get peace of mind and solace, that act of surrendering is not easy. we normally want to be in control.great poem, bringing out your turmoil and longing Rema 10 Mamta

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Kesav Easwaran 29 July 2008

good prayer poem this... calms down disturbing inner turbulence 10

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Sreelekha Premjit 30 July 2008

Thanks for this wonderful prayer.

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Vidyadhar Durgekar 30 July 2008

A prayer from the bottom of heart with exceptional poetic display

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Sulaiman Mohd Yusof 31 July 2008

i join the caravan of your praywagon..........with God blessing.brilliant write rema.

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Sreelekha Premjit 14 January 2009

what a beautifully written piece this is? I am speechless at its breathtaking beauty and humility. A perfect hymn to Lord..

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Cyclopseven R 13 September 2008

...attune my strings of life to praise your divine aureole..this is my prayer too. You have taken me to the subtlety of yearnings. Great piece here.

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Raj Nandy 05 August 2008

Reema, it is really nice to know that the universal poet Tagore inspired you to write this prayer of thanks giving & also invoking Gods divine blessings! The first para reminded me of those Latin prayers sung by the monks in the Catholic church! I am now trying to put the history of Medieval Philosophy in verse! -Raj Nandy

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Ershad Mazumder 04 August 2008

Simply superb dear Rema. I like it more than my pieces. A great job.

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Chitra - 02 August 2008

fine lines there, eloquent! teaching us the value of prayer and faith in the higher being

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