Music: The Inner Light of Love. (2 Poems)by Manatita
Two Divine Sisters
They stood poised, shone bright.
One a dynamo of towering Light,
The other, an angel of beauty and delight.
With striking resonance, their soul-stirring voices,
Penetrated my being.
One thousand hearts did stir.
And my Soul, wrapped in an ocean
Of immense enchantment,
Reposed in the melody of divine rhapsody,
Young Uma resting up on high,
Most surely did abound with joy.
While Kali gently chiselled in the whip of love,
And Sita showered blessings from above.
Pure Meera sang through them to me,
Enraptured by ananda from within.
While Mahalaksmi graced them with her wealth,
And Krishna played His flute at Heaven’s gate.
Empowered by such ecstasy and bliss,
My Soul went sporting to the Golden shore.
As inner tears and boundless peace did flow,
In sweet communion, up above, within; below.
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Someday, I Pray
Someday, my Lord, I pray:
You and I,
Will be together, far away.
We shall fly, very high,
In the firmament of the sky.
Someday you’ll hear my cry,
Before I die.
In sweet communion,
We’ll waltz along the Rhine.
Drink water from the Ganges,
And dance among the daffodils.
Someday I’ll drop the earthly ties,
And watch the larks in flight.
Hum to the tune of butterflies,
In springs perpetual paradise.
Someday I’ll hold you close,
One silent gaze enough,
To stir my forlorn heart.
Like children we shall giggle,
So merrily and gay.
Someday, I pray.
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