Dr subhendu kar

Gold Star - 6,676 Points (Bhubaneswar, Odissa, India)

*** Love Of Own God*** - Poem by Dr subhendu kar

at a summer evening in a tribal home
dream incarnates into a semblance by flute
youth of the blood shines bright
lest symphony of breath entreats upon
dazzling milestone for weary traveler

Yet it expands into rhythm idyllic void
shadow beneath a tree saunters in grin
Sweating rancor by call from iffy vale
soul respires by own reason yet bequeathing

walk is when hardly hurried felt or over heard
apprehension riles on fire yet needing to inflame
eternity rills on reasons never be wrought
I simply embark upon their flux of smiles
lest hope may floss by truth as intoned

Mirth ramifies to its room of reason anchoring
Yet dew stumbles upon night's dream
Knowing reason of survival sovereign
Looking to the door lest the sky above

they swear and smear the earthly dusts
Upon their forehead of their minions
knowing everything yet has its own god
Looking to the door lest the sky above
voices when myth by their own god
yet slowly expends into mist of falling


Dr subhendu kar


Comments about *** Love Of Own God*** by Dr subhendu kar

  • (2/12/2011 5:25:00 PM)


    This is an enlightening poem exemplifying the depth of meditation within one's self or
    god-self.This is the essence 'Love Of Own God' which does not align with Christainay, Judaism, and Islamic beliefs. An excellent understanding of one's inner god or self or spirit and the myths helps one to understand this, I believe.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, June 25, 2012


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