Dipankar Sadhukhan

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12. Kingdom Of Eternal Love


Two souls wear the garments of dream
And the crowns of imagination
To become the King and the Queen
In the kingdom of eternal Love.

With eternal dream and imagination
They build a Heavenly palace
Of perpetual Love only for us
Between Heaven and the sky.

We are the only travellers
In the kingdom of dream,
Imagination and eternal Love.
Our souls are our guide.

Thousands of lotuses bloom
In the lake of perpetual Love
And spread the intoxicating scents
In the kingdom of eternal Love.

Minds are charmed by the celestial beauty.
They are so calm and tranquil.
Hearts drink the fragrance of lotuses
And feel the ecstasy of eternal Love.


Kolkata, India.
26th August,2013.

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Saturday, April 19, 2014
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