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Dominance
by Rajender Krishan
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You
who rests
in the temple divine

Witnessing

        throbbing heartbeats
        smiling lips
        suggestive winks
        wording speech
        singing songs
        strengthening endeavors
        worshipping work
        trekking destinations
        joyous moments
        forlorn moods 
        ... et al 
 
Are
in principle
a part of
my total being
 
Yet
remaining detached
a tranquil mystic
 
Leaving my persona
oscillating
in conflicting situations
of earthly chaotic diversity
where it remains coerced
to keep defining
its identity
with no respite
in sight. 
 

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October 04, 2012
More By: Rajender Krishan
Views: 1145      Comments: 9

Comments on this Poem

Comment Par excellence.

V.K. Joshi
10/07/2012 12:13 PM

Comment
The poet is phylosophically involved in the world affairs-
love

Aju Mukhopadhyay
10/07/2012 06:56 AM

Comment 6 October 2012
TO: Mr. Rajender Krishan
You have very aptly surfaced our indifference to myriad manifestations in human life and yet be trapped by those at times hardly providing us any respite.
Rajat Das Gupta

Rajat Das Gupta
10/06/2012 10:12 AM

Comment A thought provoking poem on the Dichotomy of

Divinity!

Arundhati Sarkar
10/06/2012 03:17 AM

Comment simplly wonderful...

dr aravind aasiyaa
10/05/2012 10:10 AM

Comment complicated but fascinating

Susan Dale
10/05/2012 09:25 AM

Comment Your poem has all the dominance on our mind. It is really a good theme, difficult which you have poetically presented. The urban anguish is so poignantly expressed with the usual poetical zest and profundity of reflection

rbarticles
10/05/2012 03:25 AM

Comment A searing comment on current urban passivity and angst.

sunil sharma
10/04/2012 23:35 PM

Comment A pathetic complaint!

Pavalamani Pragasam
10/04/2012 23:21 PM




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