Erhard Hans Josef Lang

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India's Truthful Imagery On Cosmic Supervision Versus Creation - Poem by Erhard Hans Josef Lang

Brahma, the Hindus' God of creation,
is seen as an only four-headed god,
thus looking out into the
the world
divinely at the same time,
only in four directions,
whenever enacting his creations;

with his originally
fifth - inward-looking -head
seen as beheaded by
Lord Shiva

for his offense of ogling
Lord Shiva's Wife
- the latter's espoused Divine Female cosmic
Body of Energies in the universe -
at the time of their being united in Divine liaison,
with an illicit sexual desire for himself.

Versus Lord Brahma, Lord Shiva is seen as
the ultimate Bookkeeper and Supervisor of
all acts in the universe.

He is there to dissolve all the balances of the cosmic powers
in Brahma's new creations.

Thus, there will always be, in creation, this suspense
we have come to witness
in our own world.

And though the world at times seems to us an imperfect stage,
it is and always will remain
- India's great ancient seers of old were among
the first to realise this -
a most wondrous Divine play of choice.

Comments about India's Truthful Imagery On Cosmic Supervision Versus Creation by Erhard Hans Josef Lang

  • (4/26/2008 2:34:00 PM)

    The panoramic An analytical image … the interested reader will receive a diverse spectrum art information … thanks... (Report)Reply

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  • Linda Ori (10/13/2006 12:40:00 AM)

    Ah, free will........lets us experience life each in his own way. Whether good or bad, it is our way of learning what we came into this lifetime to learn. Imperfect as we all are, still we strive for perfection in our own way. A most thought-provoking read, Erhard.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 12, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 16, 2010

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