Praveen Kumar In Celestial Glow


Let's Celebrate That


You’re the strand of subtle energy,
I’m vibrations playing thereon;
You’re the nature, female principle,
I’m the stir that awakes passive you;
We together is light that binds vacuum
And fills and lits vast cosmic creation,
That floats infinite parallel Universe.

You’re substance, I give it dimensions,
You’re proto-potence, I’m its Tandava dance;
We procreate waves of time-space complexes
In the womb of absolute nothingness;
Only you and I, who sprang from infinity,
Also the love that binds us together –
Truths in the ocean of Big Bang illusions.

Worlds do collapse and expand in shifts,
Like night and day, like breaths in life;
All comes and goes, transient, inconstant,
Only you and I truly transcend illusions;
And only our love that bound us as one,
Transcends us both as the ultimate truth –
Come, my Priya, let’s celebrate that.

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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