Showing posts with label poetry. Show all posts
Showing posts with label poetry. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 9, 2008


(CC) licensed photo by philipbouchard
I see a mountain from my window
Standing like an ancient sage
Desireless, full of love.
So many trees and so many flowers
They plunder the mountain all the time.
Its attention is not disturbed
And when the rain pours like
Many pitchers of clouds bursting
And it fills the mountain with greenery.
The storms may come soaring,
Filling the lake with compassion
And the rivers flow running down
Towards the calling sea.
The sun will create clouds and
Wind carries on its feathery wings
The rain on to the mountain.
This is the eternal play
The mountain sees
without desires.

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Poetry on Forgiveness by Walter L., USA


I am one
One with myself
One with the child inside of me
One with joy bubbling in my heart
One with the spirit of eternity

I am one
One with the Mother in my heart
One with the Mother nurturing me from the earth
One with the Mother in the space of the universe
One with the Mother silently protecting me

I am one
One with the here and now

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Labels Dissapear

And in the beginning, we were handed a kite,
That would soar high, bring day to the night,
We took it high in the sky,
Now it comes down, but it's spirit is high.

We took a name, but whats in a name?
We took an identity, now its lost the same.
We took in everyone, and they stole the gates.
We took in thieves and thugs, now the plunder us on.

Now why will anyone trust another vagabond?
Now why should anyone keep faith in time?
Now why should anyone expect any better?
Now why shouldn't anyone become a go-getter?

We have been taken care of,
by a Soul much greater than ours.
A Soul that encompasses, the expanse
of this earth.

This Soul has taught us, how to
live a life of sacrifice
How to give away your last pennies
Without putting up a fight

We have been made stronger,
Cause our faith runs much deeper
Our beliefs may now and then suffer
but we shall always be in surrender.

O! This Sahaja life...