Bazi alis Subrata Ray

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The Contrary Sides Of Beauty


The Contrary Sides Of Beauty

Beauty emits love, -as flower fragrance,
Beauty stimulates the beauty within,
And suspends the mind in withering trance,
Beauty holds the Truth in all human-urns.

Beauty transcends to the realm of purest delight ,
If the already in Divine awakens to the height,
Beauty mirrors tranquil-quanta as the boon of God’s might,
Beauty transmits Goddess’ aura in the slightest sight.

Beauty beguiles the eye,
If not the nature gets transformed,
And the tranquil-3rd eye from the brow,
Comes down in the eyes and grows.
Beauty contaminates passion with desire's sorrow,
And pulls the black-mind in the illusions of tomorrows.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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  • Gold Star - 19,125 Points Chinedu Dike (9/25/2014 1:23:00 PM)

    The last two lines of the poem, written in heightened language points out the other side of beauty. A well articulated and nicely penned poem. Thanks for sharing. Please have a look at my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON (Report) Reply

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