Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Heavenly Journey An Epic. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
That a human being likes to go heavens
In body mind and in full spirit as a human
In normal sense no one can attain
The clever man he made inquiry of ways
As usual we see in the world of competitions
There he knew the Sage'Vishwamitra'all powerful
The quick rage, the mighty powered sage
The Quick tempered sage a great character
The Indian epics he shines as a symbol of pride
The poor Thrisanku the man likes to go heavens
And prays the help of the sage Vishwamithra
Quickly offers him the celestial journey
Where his way of divine power will make it success
In his intuitive power asked him to go upwards
And directed to look upward and go in heights
Where challenge in human form can't be allowed
By the heaven and the heavenly powers there
They rejected the man and closed the doors
And angry Vishwamithra tried his own power
To build a beautiful heaven midway the earth and heaven
Poor Thrishanku in dilemma and still lives there
Though a story there have relevance to world
On the horns of a dilemma in non achievable things
Where the absolute power sometimes mistakes
Every orderly things have some dilatoriness to follow.
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