Ravindra Kumar

(02 July 1951 / India)

Thy Mystery


Ever since it was tighten
The acuteness in mankind,
He is estimating to settle
Controlling force stands behind;

Ambiguous sun, moon hail-storm,
Alp, fire, sea and geyser...
Casually, then assumed categorical
An impression of His mirror!

Formal base fine prejudices prefer
Various religious belief readily accede,
A slaughter fight took between
Heroes dipped with sectarian heed,

Growing time make attainable each,
We know gravity have planets;
System to change the sex,
What submarines, safe atmosphere relates;

Though era claim complete impossibility,
Wish they set at moon
On cast portray thy mystery
Begin sagacity recoil in gloom;

As clock ne'er stop movement
Proper mother feed her child...
Holding rod, alike monitor few,
He guards best perceiving pride!

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 07, 2013

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