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Pair of Opposites
by Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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In the graph of life,
the pair of opposites form
a pattern of antisymmetry:
joy and sorrow
light and shadow
love and betrayal
exit and arrival
known and unknown
seen and unseen
heard and unheard
win and loss
after every toss,
yet in the equation of life
with known on one side
and the unknown on the other,
great truths man could discover...

~*~

In the equation of love,
if I can know my heart,
the unknown element
that is the angelic you
can I not estimate?

July 29 ,2011
More by : Dr. Kumarendra Mallick
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Poem Comment We got the iternet connection today, and I am replying to your comment as the first mail. Thank yoou, Rupradha for your sweet words. I am in Rhode Island with our elder son.
Kumarendra Mallick
08/02/2011
Poem Comment very very beautiful Sir!!
Rupradha
07/30/2011
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