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A Cubicle and a Firmament
by Pt. Srikant Mohanty
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  A prisoner
Held in a cubicle
Shabby and reckless
Hollering 
Would you please listen?
The cubicle has a wonderful
Firmament
Ever lucid and sparkling
 
Strange the prisoner is
Full of praise for his incarceration
Never does he throw a glance
At the twinkling stars
Gleaming moon
Shining pearls from sun
Barely touch him!
 
Merged in self-aggression
Rebel that he is
Fights with his self
His wants are unlimited
Hardly does he know?
Ever busy in a desert
Counting sands of exasperation
 
Woes from bygones
Fetter his feet
Worries of future
Get him handcuffed
Awareness
Misses him forever
 
The cubicle
The mad dwelling hole
The unconscious mind
The illumined sky
Conscious
Sparkling “awareness”
Would the prisoner ever find?

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September 04, 2013
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Comment Beautifully summarised....at times human being happens to be such prisoner of dreams and confines himself to a cubicle...he may not find the inclination to see others firmament.

Kudos!

sudampanigrahi
09/17/2013 00:00 AM




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