Ray Subrata Ray

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Subrata Ray was born on 27th day of january 1959, in the royal Ray family at Nator, Now Bengladesh.He is at present a headmaster in 12-grade-school, at West Benhal, India, under the Govt of west Bengal. more »

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  • Sharon Corr Sharon Corr (11/20/2015 12:25:00 AM)

    The Divine All Knowing Eye

    Love is everywhere in the air
    Dancing dancing without a care
    You whisper in the waves a prayer

    Sands of time, spectral divine
    A rainbow lights across the sky
    In the sparks of blue lights high
    He shares.

    The time passages of time
    From the bleu angels sublime
    Dolphins dancing in springtime
    In the misty air cerise maritime

    As the rains of change bring us
    Closer to the heart of Gods trust
    Words are blank in this realm
    As the master poet is at the helm

    I bow to your honour my friend
    Let the world rejoice in you again
    Life gives and takes away blithely
    Your grace shall live infinitely

    Penned for you my new old friend
    Subrata Ray for all the wonderful
    Things you do and say, it is a miracle
    Of love that has arrived my way.

    Namaste Sharon

    11/18/15 5: 57 PM

  • Ray Subrata Ray Ray Subrata Ray (5/15/2013 4:03:00 AM)

    Global poet -Subrata Ray has word-wide contributions on the different branches of English poetry. He has published more than 1600 poems in the prestigious sites as Poetry.com, American poems.com, Poem hunter, Facebook, and many other sites of the global net.

  • Ray Subrata Ray Ray Subrata Ray (1/21/2011 9:40:00 AM)

    I thank my all readers who have inspired me in writing my poems.

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Best Poem of Ray Subrata Ray

For Our Love, -Phoenixes Had Several Births. By Ray Subrata

Here in this beauteous paradise,
Amidst mountain garlanded -brook,
With dumb Greenness’s witness,
Darling, have a minute’s embrace.
As the oath, for eternal coverage.
The meditative, unfathomed -sky,
Hangs over us as the priest to rite,
Mine manliness with your sacred bride.

Here on this celestial earth,
Our Phoenixes. had several births,
In joyous struggle upon faith’s bond,
Night’s reawakening, in love-kissed morn.
Our parallel strands, secure the flow,
Between gloomy contraction,
And sunny expansion’s glow.

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