Tag Archives: Nature

THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XXVI

If I do interrogate when I am astonishedNo new fresh flowers are born in the meadowsNor does it change anything in the sun so that it becomes more beautiful…(Even if fresh flowers were born in the meadowAnd the sun changed … Continue reading

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XXIII

My blue eyes are like the sky Which is calm like water in the sunlight. It is so, blue and calm, Because we don’t interrogate not even in astonishment…

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XLVII

On a breathtakingly clear day, A day when I had a desire to work hard Yet hearing her was like not working on anything, I saw a glimpse, like a road through the trees, Of what may be her Biggest … Continue reading

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LONELINESS – सूनापन

Brushing her dark eye-shadow Across twilight’s dusky eyes Enlivens the excited stars, The sky giving of her prize; In the distance lost desires A deep painful silence sighs!

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THE WORLD – संसार

Echoes of soothing breaths Are broken on restless nights, The strings of sky pearls wane Now breaking and taking flight, Silent eyes depart upon their lonely scattering, Shedding mourning tears for a world flattening!

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