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Duality
becoming One
merging into Absolute
A state of perfection
When
except Love
everything ceases

Becomes nothing
means nothing

The climax
that lovers
aspire to attain

A moment
that dissolves
the subjective "I"; and
the objective "You"
And gets defined as
Shunya

Beyond logic
beyond doubts
beyond
the cosmic edge   
 
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September 29, 2012
More By: Rajender Krishan
Views: 1902      Comments: 34

Comments on this Poem

Comment Worldly love aspect turns into universal love at last.No one knows the definition of love.It is said,
sabse unchi prem sagai.Prem ke bas Arjuna rath
hankyo,bhul gaye thkurai.Sabse unchi prem sagai."
Sir,you have created a physical aspect of love trans forming into a state of spiritual love.What a nice
attitude of you,Sir ! A lot of thanks.Off the hat,Sir.

Nathmal Sharma
10/25/2015 14:21 PM

Comment "Duality
becoming One
merging into Absolute
A state of perfection
When
except Love
everything ceases. "- beautiful really.

BS Murthy
12/19/2012 09:08 AM

Comment I can also smell a trace of Khalil Jibran there in this.

Daniel.

daniel mazgaonkar
10/08/2012 00:02 AM

Comment Your poem reminds me so much of John Donne ,the famous metaphysical poet of England.He also has infused the otherwise tabooed topic with Divinity and has achieved immortality in the process.

Arundhati Sarkar
10/06/2012 02:58 AM

Comment Excellent poem. The last para to me sounded Bang Bang Bang when I read it aloud.

Pawan Kumar
10/05/2012 14:55 PM

Comment This one was sublime! Really liked it

pgrnair
10/01/2012 05:45 AM

Comment Awesome!!! Amazingly well-portrayed in these words-
When
except Love
everything ceases....


Soumi
10/01/2012 01:47 AM

Comment Thank you all for your reflective comments.

Raj
09/30/2012 15:07 PM

Comment oneness emerges after sex ceases
lust whispers into ecstasy
tempers soar high but remains..
union of souls into oneness..

anandh
09/30/2012 13:01 PM

Comment Fantastic poem!
These lines are sublime :

A moment
that dissolves
the subjective "I"; and
the objective "You"
And gets defined as
Shunya.

Ramendra Kumar
09/30/2012 07:17 AM

Comment wonderful sir. it is MOXA which is given in our darshan..when the diffrence of subject n object disapeare...it is Nirvaan.
beautiful poem .. age of Samadhi.

dr aravind aasiyaa
09/30/2012 05:16 AM

Comment @Pavalamani Pragasam

Agree with you! It's really a clean treatment of the subject..! Nice poem, indeed!

Santosh Mishra
09/30/2012 02:33 AM

Comment Superbly carved sculpture,sir.Best.

Sony Dalia
09/30/2012 00:12 AM

Comment Love being Truth shall Prevail. Even in Wars unleashed by Loveless people, Love Persists. For some dash of humour however we may describe Love as two consonants, two vowels and two fools. Wise men write on Love. Keep writing.


Dr. Leo Rebello
09/29/2012 23:56 PM

Comment Words are really a powerful media to express the unspoken feelings of mind, body...Meaningful in many ways

Devi Nangrani
09/29/2012 23:23 PM

Comment Really.....its Soaked with sensation.....great creation.

sagar kumar
09/29/2012 22:51 PM

Comment A fusion of positive and negative energies into absolute- Nicely described.


Mahesh Chandra Dewqedy
09/29/2012 21:29 PM

Comment Nice poem....the truth is if minds mate first and bodies later, it becomes a wonderful relationship. But sadly if bodies first but the minds later, then it is just the opposite.

Srikant Mohanty
09/29/2012 20:27 PM

Comment Only connotation of this word which a narrow pervert mind seems to know and understand has been exploded by Rajenderji in this pithy poem with deep spiritual overtones.

TagoreBlog
09/29/2012 20:18 PM

Comment Hearty congratulations. There is perceptible ascent of blossoming consciousness.

Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar
09/29/2012 16:07 PM

Comment Advaitvad of Shrimad Vallabhachary leads us to absoluteness which a state of perfection. When in Love with Shri Krishna,
every thing ceases; soul goes to eternity never finding end but
meeting shunya that persists. Love is beautiful that is truth
which never dies - lasts for ever. When lovers meet, 'I' and
'You' melt into oneness, eko aham. beyond every thing.

aSheth
09/29/2012 15:44 PM

Comment your line of thought is akin to Sahajiya philosophy (also in Tantra). What I like is the resemblance with Charyapada. Writes poet Kanhupada -
"The mind is the boatman in a Great Void./
Kanhu goes for Union with Great Happiness."
Again -
"The senses are won over./
Great Bliss becomes king of the Void."
All our wisdom is bound to lead to that Blissful Shunyata.

Indrajit Bandyopadhyay
09/29/2012 15:43 PM

Comment lovely, poem...youthful and full of now

oskar
09/29/2012 15:12 PM

Comment woow....

megha
09/29/2012 13:25 PM

Comment Excellent Poem, Dada

Amitabh Mitra
09/29/2012 12:48 PM

Comment Suberb!

Nalinaksha Mutsuddi
09/29/2012 12:35 PM

Comment Nice.....

Iview
09/29/2012 12:07 PM

Comment
Well, this attempts perfection like a Tantrik but leaves a doubt- that love - is it making love or the whole thing is beyond love? the picture does not suggest so-

besides these dilemma, the poem is philosophic, pure and beyond the mundane-

Aju Mukhopadhyay
09/29/2012 12:05 PM

Comment You are as good poet as photographer. Congratulations.

Tony Halmos
09/29/2012 11:56 AM

Comment Well spun poem! Written cleanly on a topic thought to be taboo!

P. Mohan Chandran
09/29/2012 11:02 AM

Comment Best panacea for all problems!

taramesh
09/29/2012 10:57 AM

Comment A poem of deep significance, from sex to superconsciousness.

Julia Dutta
09/29/2012 10:55 AM

Comment A very sensuous poem dabbed with passion

bharat b trivedi
09/29/2012 10:29 AM

Comment Oh my God! The bold title gave me a jolt and I gasped in awe! But a very true, clean treatment of the subject! lol! Something I think of as differentiating duvaitham and advaitham in vedanta!

Pavalamani Pragasam
09/29/2012 09:43 AM




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