Meditation - Poem by cyclopseven Ram
When the sun enters into sleep
Slowly I motion the moon to calmness
Into the unknown mystery of nature
And I see waves of light percolating
In delightful wonders they dance brilliantly
In euphoric bliss I am lost a moment
A tranquil strangeness of a bliss excellent,
I wish I am lost ever
And I do not want to recover.
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