Infused :: Inspired by and Infused to LoveMy first 250 poems are all about various themes that have touched me.
An early poem and a wakeup for us all to see the beauty in life, overcome worry and live infused with love.
Inspired to write again after 3 years, this one simply shows gratitude to the Lord for things we behold.
A plea to one and all to have enthusiasm in life to "flow through our niggles" and be "full of joy" despite the ups and downs.
A message that Hope shalt spring, eternal in the human breast - and that we "live eternal in God's light of love".
Beginning with romantic thoughts like "standing under a waterfall beside one you love", this poem ends with a call to have "deep wells of love, for the plants and animals that share this planet".
About seeing life as a constant effort to Serve God through benevolence to his creatures.
Describes God and the divinity within. A path to "guide the traveller to his journey's end".
Named for the Jethro Tull song, this poem tells of forests that "give a weary traveller rest", - those of us who "see acres wild, filled with the wonder of a child".
One more of those devotional poems that talks of life, with "experiences so engraved in our minds - emotions that linger in all shapes and kinds".
Begins with a mention of the Indian God of Death - Yama, this one talks of the cycles of life and death - each one ending with a rebirth
A poem in French about the animals and animal characters in my (younger) life.
For people to explore and embrace their religious identity and "Do not sink to the level of the stereotype - Rather rise higher than the clouds above - Reach heaven, and touch God's face".
Rather Disjointed... Like the title says, its babble. If you ask, I can explain all the references. "A void thats no void at all but throbs in wonder - Creation, all of it - such cosmological splendour".
For the Indian Trinity - shivA, vishnU, Maheshwara (AUM). "To love our neighbours and set all lower tendencies aside - Burn our ignorance with the awakening of the Guru inside".
Live Valiant! "Guess I should, if I could go out and fight - For the victory of Good - fight with all might".
About that cosmic divine. "As Kala and Bhairava does He make ours - A place of surpassing beauty, enter our nests - And reveal Himself at the Kernel of Bliss" (Anandamayakosha).
Thanking my father for being my beacon of hope and source of refuge
Grace my heart with the power of your feet