The world came to you,
As a place to experience
The ripples of tints and time,
The songs of names,
The tickle of loving eyes,
In a garden with scenic views
And decaying pavilions.
You raise gracefully,
Delighted to wear the Sun's coat of rays,
Consoling the mad clouds when they cry,
Offering those who stop to gaze
A moment when shadows are
Lost in Light,
In your presence,
Life regains its esoteric charm,
At your feet,
Foreheads find the astonishing Peace.
Topic(s) of this poem: metaphysical, rose, buddha, consciousness, life
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