Swami Vivekananda

(12 January 1863 - 4 July 1902 / Calcutta / India)

Swami Vivekananda Poems

1. Requiescat In Pace 5/3/2009
2. Who Knows How Mother Plays 4/29/2012
3. Song Of The Sanyasin 5/23/2009
4. On The Sea's Bosom 6/4/2009
5. To An Early Violet 4/29/2012
6. Hold Yet A While (To My Own Soul) 4/27/2009
7. Angels Unawares 5/3/2009
8. A Benediction 4/27/2009
9. Thou Blessed Dream 5/23/2009
10. The Living God 4/29/2012
11. Peace 6/4/2009
12. To The Awakened India 5/3/2009
13. Light 6/4/2009
14. Quest For God 4/25/2009
15. To The Fourth Of July 4/29/2012
16. The Song Of The Free 4/29/2012
17. A Blessing 4/26/2009
18. My Play Is Done 4/26/2009
19. Kali The Mother 5/3/2009
Best Poem of Swami Vivekananda

Kali The Mother

The stars are blotted out,
The clouds are covering clouds,
It is darkness vibrant, sonant.

In the roaring, whirling wind
Are the souls of a million lunatics
Just loose from the prison-house,
Wrenching trees by the roots,
Sweeping all from the path.

The sea has joined the fray,
And swirls up mountain-waves,
To reach the pitchy sky.
The flash of lurid light

Reveals on every side

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Angels Unawares

(Written on 1 September,1898.)


One bending low with load of life —
That meant no joy, but suffering harsh and hard —
And wending on his way through dark and dismal paths
Without a flash of light from brain or heart
To give a moment's cheer, till the line

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