Bijay Kant Dubey
Radha-Krishna - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey
The song doing the rounds
On the lips.
Radha-Krishna, Radha-Krishna, Krishna-Krishna, Radha-Radha,
Radha and Krishna, Krishna and Radha,
An embodiment of the Cosmic Delight,
The Anandam Divine
And the statue Ananda-murti, Divine-statue,
Face or posture.
Radha, Radha, Radha, Krishna, Krishna, Krisha,
Radha, Radha, Radha, Krishna, Krishna, Krishna,
The statue historical, mythical, blackly,
Archaeological and metallic
Made from, cast in pure gold
And found from the ruins and rubble of the old temples,
Limestone and small brick built
Centuries-old terracotta temples,
An embodiment of the Anandam,
The Ananda-murti is it,
On a lotus, Krishan and Radha futing,
The Statue Divine!
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