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I am the Bride...

Deep in my dreams…
A thought…
Of a different world…
I’m going in…

A different world…
I’m going…
Sitting in the chariot…
The chariot of Life…
And I feel, the color of my mind…
Is still wet…

A different world…
Where the night of ignorance
Has turned into a blissful dawn…
I felt, it with the gentle breeze
In the realms of my mind…
A feeling…
I never experienced so far…
I’m thinking…I’m quivering…
I’m shaking…I’m breaking…
The light in my eyes is burning my soul
But still, I feel, the color of my mind is wet…

Long back…
Before the time…
I don’t know when…
I departed from him…
But I still feel his presence…

He’s here…
He’s there…
He’s close…
He’s far…
He’s visible…
He’s not…
He appears…
He disappears…
He comes…
He goes…
He blossoms…
He falls…
I feel him…
I miss him…
I loose him…
I find him…
Everyday…
Every moment…
I have a strange feeling…

Deep in my mind…
The color of my mind….
Is still wet…

Without him…
I lived…
I died…
I missed…
I cried…
I won…
I lost…

Misery…
Desire…
Hate…
Joy…
Obsession…
Passion…
Depression…
Confession…
and only Calculation???

MY feelings…
MY Life..
Many times…
I turned the tide…
Sitting in the chariot of Desire…
I feel…
The color of my mind…
Is blooded wet…

Still I stand…
Many lives…
Many times…
Many worlds…
Many forms…
Like ME…
Like HIM…

Now it’s ending…
Slowly…
I feel the Silence…
Deep inside my mind…
The world around me
Is disappearing…

Now, it’s only light & joy…
No form…
No shape…
No wish…
No will…
No desire…
No bond…

The gate is now open…
I’m here…
I’m there…
Not close or far…
Neither disappeared nor hidden…
Not seen or shown…
I come…
I go…
I’m him…
He’s me…
I rest embraced in silence & peace…

Sitting in the chariot of joy…
I feel…

He’s the One…

And I am the Bride…

18.08.2009 © Prasad 2009

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Presenting a composition after a long time. This is inspired from a song in Marathi ( My mother tounge ).

INDIA, is a heritage of spirituality. It has a rich culture for the longest time in human history. Many saints who reached their destination to Eternity expressed their experience describing themselves from the feminine intent ( Radha Bhavam ) with the Brahman. They used to call Brahman as Piya ( the beloved mate ).

I don’t claim to be in the line of them nor a good with English composition. But tried to express the same feeling. For many who may not be familiar with the Indian culture find it difficult to interpret the depth, I am just trying to make it simple – The chariot is the human form or body where the spiritual being lives and finds his way to eternity. “HE” is the Brahman or the Supreme spiritual power where every being returns. Brahman is the cause of this universe, and many universes like this. Some of the experiences expressed here are from the Upanishads and felt in deep stages of meditation.

The story begins from the being who is aspiring to have the spiritual experience ( Mumukshu ) and ends the being transformed to have the total experience of eternal life and becomes the master or Siddha.

Hope you’ll enjoy this composition even considering some of my limitation with the literature.

Find Music of Silence here.

In her memories…….

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india, life, poem, meditation, poetry, bride, maya, brahman, spirtuality

Comments

  • Sally Omar
    Sally Omarabout 5 years ago

    Absolutely Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!! xoxoxoxo

  • Thanks Sally :)

    – Prasad

  • linaji
    linajiabout 5 years ago

    Well my darling.. I do hope you decide to do more.. this gave me goosebumps and your a treasure.. you and your everyday work ..then inside there is a consummate Artist indeed in word , deed and vision,,,,xoxoxo

  • Thank you Linaji. Your words really inspired me. I’ll try for it. But I always feel the need of right frame of mind. It’s stressful job, which I enjoy :)

    – Prasad

  • YouandAi
    YouandAiabout 5 years ago

    This is very, very beautiful Prasad.
    Made me remember a TV movie in 2 parts from 1989 called “The Mahabharata”.
    It was unforgettable.

  • Hi Kira, Thank you so much. Culture of India has more to share, it’s just a droplet :)

    – Prasad

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedabout 5 years ago

    Sorry – sometimes I don’t know where I am – but this was me Kira – lol – I guess you know

  • Your words are always stand with me, Kira. And I enjoy them :)

    – Prasad

  • Nascha
    Naschaabout 5 years ago

    Absolutely superb! xx

  • Thanks Nascha, glad you enjoyed this :)

    – Prasad

  • Indrani Ghose
    Indrani Ghoseabout 5 years ago

    You write so well!

  • I tried :)

    Glad you liked, Indrani :)

    – Prasad

  • digitalmidge
    digitalmidgeabout 5 years ago

    Lovely work Prasad ;-)

  • Hi Zoe, Thanks for enjoying this one.

    – Prasad

  • Kate Adams
    Kate Adamsabout 5 years ago

    Awesome writing Prasad!!!

  • Thank you Kate for your inspiring support, friend.

    – Prasad

  • Anaa
    Anaaabout 5 years ago

    Absolutely Wonderful :)

  • Thank you so much, Ana :)

    – Prasad

  • linaji
    linajiabout 5 years ago

    Of course you do (like your job).. but I like to highlight that which I relate to.. and your artist sense is lovely.

  • It’s a divine gift, Linaji. Everyone of us have it. But many try to find it outside, but it’s hidden deep inside :) Many times I try to put my mind in complex situations and the flow comes out……

    – Prasad

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