In Search Of A Goddess Poem by Parameswaran Nair Damodaran Nair

In Search Of A Goddess

Rating: 4.9


Every dawn is dear to me.
It's then that I see her blushes
reflected in the eastern sky.
While I wander here in her search
she's playing hide and seek
teasing me in painful tiffs.
I am lost.
Tell me breeze, tell me bees
have you met her on your way?
She's beauty embodied
She's the lamp of truth
She's the Goddess I seek.
They smile and mumble,
"We have seen that most beautiful lass.
She hides in pure hearts.
When she peeps out at dusk
The western sky reflects her Bindi"
I am left to wander endlessly
between dawns and dusks
striving to find out her and her hidings

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
I am happy to present this 100th poem of mine before.the PH society with added confidence and reliability. I bow before the greatness of everyone of you
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Savita Tyagi 18 April 2020

Beautiful poem and a pleasure to read again.

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Thank you Savitaji. I do pray for your safety especially when the whole city of NY is under the treat of the pandemic. LOKA SAMASTHA SUKHINO BHAVANTU

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Thank you Savitaji. I can think of your stress and strain to keep away from the virus. LOKA SAMASTHA SUKHINO BHAVANTU

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Aniruddha Pathak 04 March 2020

In search... The search between dawn and dusk may prove futile, for, the youthful lass you see at dawn constantly grows into young woman to mature one to an old lady by dusk. But the image of dawn is what you search for all day. A beautiful picture portrait.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 09 August 2022

Tell me breeze, tell me bees...I love the delicate expression. This is a fabulous poem dear poet. It gives me immense pleasure to revisit this wonderful poem.

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Savita Tyagi 12 June 2022

This is such a beautiful poem full of tranquility. Scrolling I see my comment left before still want to write again how much I enjoyed reading this poem every time I click on it.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 27 December 2021

Tell me breeze, tell me bees have you met her on your way? I am jealous of this profound inquisition to mild breeze! I sincerely admire this enormous beauty in this great poetic expression!

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Thank you very much Dr. Dillip. Since the characters involved are mild and gentle their dialogue is also supposed to be gentle.Hope I am correct?

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 24 July 2021

This captivating poem is in my list.

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 24 July 2021

A marvelous poem! Lovely poetic expressions with superb imagery. A poetic gem to be treasured.

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