Swami Vivekananda

(12 January 1863 - 4 July 1902 / Calcutta / India)

Swami Vivekananda Poems

1. Who Knows How Mother Plays 4/29/2012
2. A Benediction 4/27/2009
3. To An Early Violet 4/29/2012
4. Song Of The Sanyasin 5/23/2009
5. Hold Yet A While (To My Own Soul) 4/27/2009
6. On The Sea's Bosom 6/4/2009
7. Angels Unawares 5/3/2009
8. To The Awakened India 5/3/2009
9. Requiescat In Pace 5/3/2009
10. Light 6/4/2009
11. Kali The Mother 5/3/2009
12. Thou Blessed Dream 5/23/2009
13. To The Fourth Of July 4/29/2012
14. Peace 6/4/2009
15. The Living God 4/29/2012
16. My Play Is Done 4/26/2009
17. Quest For God 4/25/2009
18. The Song Of The Free 4/29/2012
19. A Blessing 4/26/2009

Comments about Swami Vivekananda

  • anushka (4/21/2018 10:13:00 AM)

    that is very nice poetry

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  • Anurag (2/26/2018 9:05:00 AM)

    Thankyou infinite times

  • Ashlesha (2/9/2018 8:38:00 AM)

    His works are as usual....great.

  • Aliena (2/7/2018 10:31:00 AM)

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    Beautiful as it can be

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Best Poem of Swami Vivekananda

A Blessing

The Mother's heart, the hero's will,
The softest flowers' sweetest feel;

The charm and force that ever sway
The altar-fire's flaming play;

The strength that leads, in love obeys;
Far-reaching dreams, and patient ways,

Eternal faith in Self, in all,
The light Divine in great, in small;

All these and more than I could see,
Today may 'Mother' grant to thee!

Read the full of A Blessing

To The Awakened India

(Written to Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India, in August 1898, when the journal was transferred from Madras to Almora Himalayas, into the hands of the Brotherhood founded by Swami Vivekananda.)

Once more awake!
For sleep it was, not death, to bring thee life
Anew, and rest to lotus-eyes for visions
Daring yet. The world in need awaits, O Truth!
No death for thee!

Resume thy march,

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