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Falling into Her Arms
by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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While slipping down 
From the cushioned bed of life
To the naked ground,
I find none to uphold me
From the big fall,
My falling body feels wrapped 
In acute agony.
 
I keep failing and falling 
Down and down
From a brightening dusk
To a dismal dawn
Through days' scorching heat 
Till I feel her stretching arms.
 
The Earth upholds me in time
In her beauteous embrace
With a breath of fresh air
Nourishing my being in her marina;
Far from the madding crowds
I feel fondled and cuddled
Like a child pampered,
Sleeping in all peace and bliss,
Clinging to his loving mother -
On her serene soothing bosom...

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October 11, 2017
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