Ananta Madhavan


All My Life, A Song


All my life I have longed
To tune the woods and sing
A song of joy,
To know the instrument of self
And hearken to the deepest cave

The deepest core
Where speaks a voice;
No word it speaks, but listening,
I hear a sound
That stars might make in turning.

Submitted: Thursday, February 13, 2014

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