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Reflections
by P C K Prem
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  Elsewhere a part of life drifts
and connects to a doubtful
swivel and feels secure,
a tiny portion of feelings
disturbs now
and activates the mind to act.
*
A voice from somewhere
gains noisy meaning
in the solitude of mind
and prayers tell
that you are nearer to god
and you smile.
*
He does not know
it is essential to protect
feelings and a part of life
to guide mind
to the goal of inner peace,
if you subdue the voice of sound
that causes uproar and disfigures words.
*
It is continuity
of dreams in real life
that weaves hopes and joys
but forgets to merge with
the dose of anguish
that makes life worth it.
*
You live with many falsehoods
and tell others to live in truth.
You go to a theatre and enjoy the words
and voices of personas
unknown and in a little
search for identity you look sideways and writhe
as feelings assault,
and you weep with the man of stage
and move in shadows of the self as if transplanting
a new thought
in the philosophy of life that scrambles
for a little hold to stand.
****
April 30 ,2018
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