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All This And That is Simply Love. Dedicated to Harish Prasad. By Manatita

Updated on July 9, 2014
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Manatita is an esteemed author living in London, UK. He writes spiritual books, flash fiction and esoteric poetry, his favourite genre.

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Salutations:

Dedicated to Harish Prasad for his love of life and life of God; his discernment and ability to see beauty in God's creation.


The Light is Love, the shadows Love,

To ‘this’ and ‘that’ I simply serve.

The gates of darkness in You dwell,

Where rogues abide and good men fell.


Sweet heaven came, straight from Your bliss;

The face of every child You kiss.

In religion lives Your hand,

As in the atheist heart You stand.


The 'good' is Thou, the 'bad' is Thou,

Sweet pain abide we know not how,

To quell its ceaseless fire hue,

Awake in Joy, alive, anew.

Garden of beauty

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Its Love this mind that implements,

The words on pages I just sent.

Sweet nothing, Love, the Form; the void;

In all my woes, You surely cried.


The babble’s Love, the fool; the new,

The old, the haggard; saintly few.

The scholar, poet; the dullards brew,

And all who never think of You.

On Beauty

Political wiles, You smile; You know,

They reap the seeds that You did sow.

Thou only real; illusion too,

Part of Your body, through and through.


The rich, the poor, the weak; the strong,

All manifest Love's grandeur-song,

Like sun and moon from high above;

The lark, the crow and flying dove.


So come my Lover, Flow in me,

Let me be fashioned; merge in Thee,

When all is gone, so I can see,

Your wondrous works; Your oneness-tree.

Manatita (Bard of Solace) 2nd July, 2014. Copyrighted.

This Poem depicts God as The Only Doer

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      manatita44 23 months ago from london

      What can I say? You're actually helping me to re-read my poems. Some are very old. Much Gratitude, much ...

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      Surabhi Kaura 23 months ago

      Flows like the river of Ganges. I can see the immense joy put on this marvellous piece. Peace.

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      Gratitude Deb pre my Meditation on this beautiful morning here in London, UK. May the Mother continue to bless your beautiful heart.

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      Deb Hirt 3 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      Very, very nice, Dear Bard. This flows so smoothly and says so much.

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      I accept gratefully and with humility, Harish. I wanted to honour you for some time, but I could not give you one like I do for the girls (smile) It had to be different. I am very happy that you like it. You and I, we move along the same front and try to serve. Higher Blessings. Hari Om Tat Sat!

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      My dear Mantitta, this is such a gesture from you that I am humbled and wonder if I am worth it ! This poem is really a very sweet explanation of all that is known as love of God. My friend, your words are proof of what happens when one feels the nearness of All Loving God. All barriers are broken when a real essence is absorbed. You've created marvelous literature of substance here for humanity to follow. Loved reading this poem that is a great message of love. Thank you very much, my dear brother. Wish you all happiness and peace !

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      Yes Victor. It sure is not an everyday kind of poem. Especially when there seems to be so much suffering. Hope your Sunday is great in Hawaii, and that you have some quality time today.

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      Victor W. Kwok 3 years ago from Hawaii

      Amazing and thought-provoking!

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      Sure, Gypsy.

      The Lord is our strength and our redeemer. Peace.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      If we keep our faith and we believe the Lord will be there for us. God bless.

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      So sweet of you to say so, Shelley.

      May you enjoy this glorious morning sunrise and augment your peace. Shalom!

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      Shelley Watson 3 years ago

      This is a beautiful poem and one I relished as I watched the glorious orange sunrise this morning. He made the physical world a beautiful place. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent.

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 3 years ago from Victoria, Australia

      You are bard indeed! Thank you for sharing this beautiful tribute.

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      Lave - Thank you so much. happy that you spared the time to share.

      Ruby - Thank you, 'Rubs' (Now our relationship has gone up a notch a two.) Smile here. Anyway, I thank you for your continuously kind sentiments. You reflect the spirit of a virtuous and noble Soul.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Beautiful tribute to a man i follow. His comments are heartfelt and sincere. Your poetry is so lovely, words of adoration is striking. Shared on twitter...

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      Lavender 3 years ago

      Lovely. .

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      manatita44 3 years ago from london

      Thank You, Ann.

      Thought indeed!!

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      Ann Carr 3 years ago from SW England

      Another lovely poem which gives us plenty of food for thought. Ann