Bazi alis Subrata Ray
The Barrier - Poem by Bazi alis Subrata Ray
The scholarships and the high profiles of my friends,
Erect barrier to the entry of my vagabond,
For his foolish ignorance, and unconscious trespass,
Rebound with thousand broken hearts.
When difference from within erases,
When all livings as passing shadows,
Fade into the fantasy of illusions,
My Vagabond rises above the reason
For no reason is there between life and death,
When from within reveals the divine wealth,
And sense and intellect dissolve into big zero,
My Vagabond disclaims the buffoon and the hero.
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