Praveen Kumar In Celestial Glow


World View - Poem by Praveen Kumar In Celestial Glow

World is an infinite field
Of God in expanse of silent energy,
An unending ocean of peace and balance,
Where impinges Maya as Higgs Boson,
The infinite field’s creative face, force,
Brihman, Priktiti, the nature itself,
Causes ripples of cosmic disturbance
In the silent ocean of uniform energy
By giving weight to weightless world,
And coagulates particle packets
All through the field of aroused energy.

No more balance, no still silence
While Prikriti stirs up Purusha in slumber;
Uniformity broke, balance is lost,
God in energy awakes from sleep,
Sees his world in active ride,
Playing cosmic games by particle rules
Inherent in Higgs Boson’s heart
To move from sheath to new sheath
In time’s line in bubbles of space,
Spreading far out in gigantic speed
Till God exhausts, and Higgs Boson shrinks,
As Brihman and Prikriti opt for rest
And sinks towards the center of field.

Higgs Boson in rest, all weight shrinks,
The spreading ripples in reverse tack
In unending ocean of the infinite field;
God finds himself drowsy again,
Particle packets devolve back to field
And peace and balance return to space
In time’s line as bubbles burst;
Sheaths fall, all return to soul,
To unending ocean of peace and balance;
No disturbances more, nothing coagulates,
No ripples more in cosmic field,
No time, no space, no dimensions exist;
So exists as a point, zero, infinite too,
Till rises again Higgs Boson within
And coagulates field with differential weights.


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11102013

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  • Silver Star - 3,824 Points Wahab Abdul (10/18/2013 1:01:00 AM)

    nice poem, i am impressed with this poem (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, February 21, 2014


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