Sri Chinmoy Ghose

(27 August 1931 – 11 October 2007 / Shakpura, Chittagong / Bangladesh (British Era))

Sri Chinmoy Ghose Poems

41. Three Popular Errors 4/27/2012
42. The Saint And The Rascal 4/27/2012
43. My Mind-Life 4/27/2012
44. Human Life, Divine Life 4/27/2012
45. Mother,If I Lose To You 4/27/2012
46. My Desire-Life 4/27/2012
47. My Inner Peace 4/27/2012
48. Three Immortal Presents 4/27/2012
49. Whisperings 4/27/2012
50. My New Task 4/27/2012
51. I Become 4/27/2012
52. Self-Forgetfulness 4/27/2012
53. The Collector 4/27/2012
54. Nothing Remains 4/2/2015
55. You Have Broken My Heart 6/5/2015
56. Hell 6/26/2015
57. Violence 8/31/2015
58. Poem of Wisdom 9/4/2015
59. Jealousy-Fever to Oneness-Heart 12/1/2015
60. All Due To Jealousy 12/1/2015
61. Miracles 12/7/2015
62. The miracle of miracles 12/7/2015
63. The whole world is looking for miracles 12/7/2015
64. Miracles were perhaps necessary 12/7/2015
65. My Mind's Frustration Weighs 4/14/2016
66. The Marriage 4/27/2012
67. How Long More Shall I Cry, Mother? 4/27/2012
68. Life Can 4/27/2012
69. I Live 4/27/2012
70. I Do The Impossible, How? 4/27/2012
71. Immortality 4/27/2012
72. The Golden Flute 4/27/2012
73. The Mother Supreme 4/27/2012
74. I Remember 4/27/2012
75. Your Nectar Compassion 4/27/2012
76. Lord, I Am Tired 4/27/2012
77. Your God, His God, My God 4/27/2012
78. Man In God, God In Man 4/27/2012
79. In The Grand Old Days 4/27/2012
80. My Last Word 4/27/2012

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Between Nothingness And Eternity

Barren of events,
Rich in pretensions
My earthly life.

Obscurity
My real name.

Wholly unto myself
I exist.

I wrap no soul
In my embrace.

No mentor worthy
Of my calibre
Have I.

I am all alone
Between failure
And frustration.

I am the red thread
Between
Nothingness
And Eternity.

[Excerpt from “My Flute”]

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Sweet, Sweeter, Sweetest

Sweet is my Lord.
Him I have realised as the Eternal Truth.

Sweeter is my Lord.
Him I have realised as the only Doer.

Sweetest is my Lord.
Him I have realised as the Enjoyer Supreme.

[Excerpt from “My Flute”]

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