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Am no poet, so I may sound trifle prosaic.
Had lessons in classical music, oh, so archaic
She stood with her slender hands on her slim hips,
Smoldering eyes, a smirk on her lightly painted lips.
Who can resist the strangulating grip of time?
That which exists today is not there tomorrow
Like shooting stars which vanish in the flicker of an eye
Life comes and goes quicker than a speeding arrow
I read the poems of Tagore for you
I read the poems of Tagore for you
to calm the fevers and the chills,
Here is the height of land:
The watershed on either hand
Goes down to Hudson Bay
Or Lake Superior;
S P A C E
is a problem unlike your never-ending
paper or the maddening blankness of
your word processor where you can go on
and on in anguish or insanity or boredom
LESBIA'S daughter, I shall tell no lie,
Here's no fit amber for such a dainty fly.
Let them embalm your beauty whoso can
Goddess, I come to you
my neck wreathed with rosebuds,
my head filled with visions of infants,
Time a continuous dream-
Watch its workings in every being.
The dilapidated atheist sat
Fondling his smoky beard
Eyes myopic, looks haggard
One Life, one Fate, one Love…
That one-time, ravishing, sudden love,
peeling the layers of years lived
Again and again
I am reminded
of that word
the buddhists love,
Of life is tempered by love
By its constancy
By its eternality
I've visited a paradise or two,
or made them, with a few brave, kindred souls.
But something always seemed to go askew;
each house of Vision's brick was pocked with holes.
I'm typing on a 'tablet', so Bri may soon be shouting.
If 'it' acts as it does at times, I also may be pouting!
April's showcase I hope.....found one or two new friends.
My goal: 'To allow you access, with few twists and bends'.
Be it an act, or a thing, or a being,
the beginning of what ever that matters
finds way forward, towards the end, destined.
Isn't it funny how light changes our perception?
How dull rust leaves transform into crystal claret
When a beam of light finds its way to them -
Catching our eye as they seem to come alive?
strike a chord in us
and stay with us
even if we don't know why.
Encounter the Past
(After visiting my Native village)
The deep green field
Love's ashes blown
By the wind of time;
Consumed in flames,
Now, —chastity her senses.
acting but no actor on it
garden of colour, ,
Forgetting about the things I wrote has become the rule at this point
Even though it's written and should be permanent, it's not
It goes past
Soi Pyei Thasin, the well-known Burmese
Cine artist, Singer and Model
after having ordained as the Buddhist monk.
Everything in this Universe is bound to change in accordance with Time
Impermanence is the only permanent thing constant in this Universe
Time alters Space, all things - subtle to extreme, usual to sublime
Unchanging things are few, wondering whether time can go in reverse? .
Unaware of Time passing
Of its impermanence
Learning not, through Joy's hold on each
Slid by minute's sky-reach
Because of the epidemic
Today of last year
I gasped for breath with the international aviation seal
Scrambling for time to enter
I see my deaths.
i see my impermanence.
i see my inconvenience.
i see my sufferings.
Morning sun rays swallow
dew drops lying on the flowers
Honey bees take away
honey drops falling from the flowers
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