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Ganga's Point of View
by Mukesh Williams
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Moody, dusky mistress
Irrigating and
Deluging the Doab,

Coy and retiring in winter
Defiant and impetuous
In September,

Depraved in the mountains
Diffident in the plains
A pauper in summer,

Immeasurable
Before entering
The sea,

Immaculate,
In every
Thought,

Purifying
Life’s unknown
Karma,

Breaking
The cycle of
Life and death,

Always possessing
An unsullied mood,
A new point of view.

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December 24, 2010
More By: Mukesh Williams
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Comments on this Poem

Comment You truly understand the abstract . I revelled in your thoughts of mother Ganga. Truly - tirelessly the mistress of life's cycles whose mood changes as she moves along relentlessly to her final abode amidst her own kindred ; only to be reborn again as the droplets of life itself tirelessly ..J. JOKHAN

jAYANT JOKHAN
09/09/2014 17:23 PM




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