Knowledge - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
By and By
By and by,
My thoughts converged,
Into an amalgam of my mind.
These were thoughts of a kind.
Then I turned around,
And created a void,
With it's converse universe,
In the Nothingness of things,
Came the kindest of feelings,
Came the aura of God,
Came the awesome void.
By and by I learned,
How this world turns and learns,
What it's motives and ambitions be,
Where the void gives me knowledge.
By and by, I learn.
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