Vadakkumpurath Ramesan

The Will Of God - Poem by Vadakkumpurath Ramesan

The will of God cannot be demolished
Nor his wishes be ignored
By the creations not even on earth
But everything found in universe
Either they speak or keep silent,
Even the atom of a tiny sand
Dwell, think and brood over
The will of God already written
On the soul of everything
In terms of judgments unaltered!
Man wander to shape his destiny
Not knowing that his was decided
And destined by the supreme soul!
Man fails to note the presence
Of the soul of the world embedded
In the heart of everything in the universe
And God listens not even to prayers and pleas
But even the silent prayers that carry no pleas!
The mad wind, the soothing wind
The violent sea and the serene ocean
All chant only love, the name of God!
The men in robes claiming
To be the hunch-men of God
And the monopolist of the morale
And the custodians of the commandment of God
To put order and calm in world
Too ignore the soul of the world
The soul of the spirit that reign!
They put up taboos on love
And forbid the pious act of sex
As love is spiritual and is God
And love is the language not in script
The creations enjoy the spirituality
The creation experience the bliss of God
On the physical plane in life
In this world by sexual act
Of which the God is well pleased
As he commanded his creations to do
An act that the omnipotence wished
And celibacy in spiritual realm
Is antagonizing the will of God

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 11, 2010

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