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DANTE AND HIS MUSE, BEATRICE, SPEAK OF POETRY

On awakening the poets voice: Dante speaks of his Muse (33 -45)        And my spirit, that already so much was used to being in her humbling presence, was in awe, trembling, distraught, and scared        Without my eyes having … Continue reading

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XIII

Light, light, very light, A very light wind passes, And she’s always very light. And I do not know what I think Nor do I seek to know. Fernando Pessoa Gentle, gentle, very gentle A very gentle word whispers, And … Continue reading

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UNCERTAINTY – सन्देह

A wind blows across her celestial sky Echoing our deep breaths of sleep, Strings stroked with her kindness Resound with a gentle melody. Laconic waves sip at his shore Draped in sweetness filled stars, My silent sobs fill dark dreams … Continue reading

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THE WORLD TO ME

जिसका एहसास समाया हो रूह तलक, पर उसने कभी करीब से छुआ तक न हो जिससे मुलाक़ात हो हर मुश्किल मोड़ पर भले ही सामना अरसे से हुआ तक न हो

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WALKING AGAIN

Today I learned to walk again: Within the gentle garden rains A new embrace took firm hold Showing me a new path to walk.

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