george Seshagiri


Repeant - Poem by george Seshagiri

Hail! the soaring soul

Brings peace from the Lord,

Repeant from the ignorant thought:

How shall it be purified without thy name?

Where I will serve thy domain of all the myriad souls.

It is with faith and profound truth of inner voice echoes... and sings.


Copyright @2005 George Seshagiri


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 5, 2005



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