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Sand Dunes of the Infinite
by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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In the sand dunes of the infinite

cries an eternal quest
of dying life
in a frantic search 
of death,
enlivened?

The death of the passion 
and the lust for more and more
that is long lurking 
in him 

The traveler, fatigued
drowsing in the hazy maze
of days' darkness,
fazed by blinding lights
of nights
 
Easily egged on
by his needless greed
he tries to escape
from pillar to post
like a feeble felon, fallen;
he finally falls, 
bogged down, 
dogged by his restless mind,
seeking celestial solace 
for his Self -
dreary, sulky, sullen soul...!
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September 20, 2015
More By: Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Thank you so much! Rupradha Ji :)

bhaskaranandjhabhaskar
10/08/2015 02:44 AM

Comment awesome!

Rupradha
09/20/2015 14:48 PM




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