Our Lord Oh Flute Player Poem by Budhashaya Behera

Our Lord Oh Flute Player

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Oh dear flute player, our Lord,
On which mountain you are sitting?
In which forest you are roaming?
In which land your cows are grazing?
Calves are searching for their mothers,
You bring them back with you,
You have gone since morning,
After sunrise without eating anything,
Have you taken any fruits in forest?
Have sweet trees given to you?
Have any shrubs decorated you in flowers?
I am worried, entirely worried,
How will you be able to feel a mother?
Now sun is going to set, you come back!

You come back, our Lord, dear flute player,
I am eagerly waiting to hear evening tune,
When your flute will start singing,
I shall chant your name sitting near door,
I shall look at your artistic face,
Seeing this universe within you,
I should drink nectar of wisdom,
Because I am your affectionate aunt,
I am Budhashaya, waiting for you my child!

© Budhashaya Behera,07 February 2020. All rights reserved.

Our Lord Oh Flute Player
Friday, February 7, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: auntie,mother and child ,praise,prayer
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sylvia Frances Chan 12 February 2020

As I have understood the poem, your wish to become Krishna's devotee.or family. Or am I wrong? Since each last line of your poems, you mention your own name as one related to Krishna. Whatever, your write beautiful words for Krishna.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 12 February 2020

A personal touch for your Lord I shall chant your name sitting near door, I shall look at your artistic face, Seeing this universe within you, I should drink nectar of wisdom, Because I am your affectionate aunt, I am Budhashaya, waiting for you my child! Mesmerizing poem. Personal touch in this poem, in every poem so far. Your wish is to be in Krishna's favourite List.

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Bharati Nayak 11 February 2020

Your words reflect the affections and love of Mother Yasoda towards Krishna. A lovely poem imbued with divine thought.

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Valsa George 08 February 2020

There is a personal touch in the way you address the Lord! I am sure Budhashya will be in Lord's favourite list!

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Kumarmani Mahakul 08 February 2020

Your devotion for Lord Krishna is growing time to time. A mother; s perception is beautifully presented. This is very heart touching and artistic. You are Budhashaya, you are truly Kirishan's aunt. This poem is completely devotional poem and this is very interesting.10

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