Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A Soul Brightening Festival of Lights!


Illusions are driven away by brilliance of light!
Cracking crackers and burning sparklers so
We pulverize all nightmarish thoughts sure!

Brilliant colourful lights radiating from sparklers
Burning out of flower pots and circling sparklers
Reflect Spiralling galaxies strewn in the Universe!

Elevating and soaring high sublime thoughts
Springing from the fountain of many wise minds
Ever serve as great source of inspiration to feel free!

Mental freedom from illusions of devilish images
To brilliant beauty of luminous blue burning cool
Keeps heart, mind and soul joyful in truth everlasting!

Festival of lights comes in dark time to light all souls
Suffering in darkness horrible in abyss unfathomable!

Submitted: Saturday, November 02, 2013
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