Monday, September 20, 2021

I Felt THY Presence !!! – Preethi Padmanabhan

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Amidst the not so surprising milieu of mine,
In the surreal melt of it, a real force, I beheld shine!
Aghast was I, for had never, an akin envision,
But what bliss it graced me, for it prophesized a divine fascination!
Ah! I pranced that moment for having felt the cognizance,
Should I say I felt thy presence?
Had never the joy of being abroad,
But that moment strewed me a feeling bruiting abroad!
In the powerless mind game of my milieu,
Gushed in a brisk might, bidding its adieu.
All of a sudden, was a fear disappearance,
Yet again, should I say I felt thy presence?
Solemn and baffled was I,
As to who was alloying dirty mind shy.
Though fantastic seemed my time thereafter,
Yet, it left an unanswered question to ponder.
Sudden marvels began dwelling in my heart; boiling hot,
Should I say, thy presence hit the shot?
As has always been my hope,
I surrendered under the feet of my “POPE”.
Yes, almighty was my only counselor,
Holding truth and trust in him bred all wonders!
So limpid and unambiguous stood proud; my heart,
He was my LORD; whose presence, I did feel,
Whose presence, I would hold fierce,
Whose presence, I would never part.
I wish in every soul, thy hand is present,
For, it is an ELYSIUM beyond a golden sand crescent!

IR
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

10 COMMENTS

  1. The presence of faith and hope makes your poem not just readable, but definitely feeling as close to the presence of supreme soul. Conjured with words of mystic proportions beautify the milieu, if one does confuses a bit, thats due for the wordcraft. This is one such beautiful thoughts poured as poem. Nice one.

  2. It is indeed true that the presence of the supreme soul guarantees elation in one’s milieu.
    I thank you for your humblest feedback .

  3. hi

    Its awesome…. you are blessed my dear
    Keep writin n may god be with u always to guide you throughout

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