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Bol Bom
by Prafulla Sahu
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  Suffering attired in saffron
Walks down the uneven paths, lanes and by lanes
Along water courses and stony routes,
Bare footed shouldering suspended pitchers
Filled with sacred water of a miles away river
To bathe their Lord;
 
Swelled feet and bleeding soles
Tread in gay
Pain so pure an offering…
Drawing Bliss of Shiva
In the drizzle of Shravan rain
To purify man for a purer goal.
 
Showers of suffering
Mingling in downy showers.
The mundane palms
Drowned in the divine linga.
 
For a moment man forgets
If he’s untouched, unholy
Away from the Soul.
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August 26, 2013
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