Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Sri.Budha The Enlightened - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Sidhartha, the enlightened Budha
Difficult questions you raised
Different answers were insufficient
The worldly matters of sorrow
The ultimate ruin in death
The causes were many but reasons few
Never ending quest and thirst
To find out the real challenging answers
Wandered in mountains, asked to learned
But still the quest and thirst existed
Meditated in self and understood self
The worldly sorrows and its reasons
Sacrifice of happiness, power, position
Sacrifice of palatial living
The beloved father and mother
The loving wife and son he left
To find out the truth of world life
The great enlightened Sri.Budha
The greatness of thoughtful mind
That made the world so happiest
Saved billions of humans in their life.
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