I Am Not Dead

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I am not dead
Its my rebirth;
My body you see,
Lie in burial;
Is just the dress of this world;
Relinquish now before I leave;
Came to learn from nature,
Mountains to lakes,
Bushwhack to desert;
Love to hate,
As I hated one whom I loved once;
Trust to distrust,
As I avoided to live with,
Who I did not trust;
All negative, positive phenomenals,
Too opposit to each other,
Yet live side by side;
Linked together,
Though opposit to each other,
As single-celled prokaryotic cells,
First life on earth;
Passed through sweet and sour,
Good and bad, hard and soft;
Sun heated, moon cooled,
Rain was for romance;
Sought energy through roles I endured,
Each phenomenon was a lesson,
Each occurrence was brick,
Laid one by one to surge energy,
Needed by me to carry
To my home;

© Sadashivan Nair

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: deaths,life and death
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Non dies but change role for needs nature
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kumarmani Mahakul 25 October 2017

Soul incarnates after death in new body. Life does not end. This continues after rebirth. A nice philosophical poem is well penned..10

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