Divine Union

Atul Chandra Sarkar

Do I have to open my eyes
To see you?
Never, yes, never;
Your aura brightens my shut eyes,
I can see you out and within;
You’re a tang, a fragrance,
That stirs up my senses,
You’re a thought,
That awakens a beautiful world,
Where language is Silence,
And movement,
The eternal rhythm that weaves
Kaleidoscopic collages
On Nature’s canvas.
You’re the warmth,
That melts and mingles me in you;
A reverie, I always hanker,
A dream, without an end;
My outline loses its trace
In your dimension:
Without frontiers,
I search my form,
Not because I want it back
But to ensure,
That I am really, really,
Blissfully lost
In you:
A departed soul
Beyond human view!


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Double Post Graduate in Philosophy and Sociology and LLB degree-holder, a Gold Medalist from Canning College, University of Lucknow, U.P. India. Presently engaged as Advisor (Industrial Relations) and Public Information Officer (Corporate) at Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd., Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India and is a Guest Faculty at Electricity Training Institute, Sarojini Nagar, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh on the Right to Information Act, 2005. An Advocate registered with the Bar Council. Articles, poems and short stories have been published in popular National dailies like Pioneer, Northern India Patrika, Times of India, Campus Verse, Shaktivani, etc. A Blogger at Times of India's speakingtree and having a flair for oil painting. A democratic, liberal and humanist to the core.

Last updated December 15, 2014