Be still, and, be. - a poem by Uttik

ammasriram By ammasriram, 20th Nov 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This poem is aimed at portraying imagery of the eternal play cycle of human birth, struggle, and realization.

Be still, and, be.

A dwarf with a shaven head, and a wooden parasol,
Surrounded the world, nay, the universe,
He bade the sticks, levers and trunk sit and be aligned,
And disappeared inside.

The planet jewels moved into position,
The star awaited her signal, tensed with infinite power,
The sticks, levers, and trunk sat immobile,
Paying no heed to the worlds created and dissolved around them,
From inside, the dwarf uttered a single syllable,
The star shot through and transformed the planet jewels faster than time.

The sticks, levers, and trunk dissolved into eternal nothingness,
The seer enjoys his blind omniscience as ever.

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Mystic Poem, Mystical Perspective, Philosophical Poem, Spiritual Poetry

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The writings are informal attempts at documenting spiritual, mystical and philosophical concepts learned through self-experience.

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