Friday, April 12, 2013

Day 12 - L for Lord


Language of nature, you essay with your omniscience,

Lustrous, your countless facets, emitting resplendence.

Lead  your offspring  into the light of Nirvana.

Lyrics of eternal bliss lurk in your lovely name,

Luminous, your graceful form, Ardent, your every aspect,

Limitless, your reach, your magnitude,

Lessen my burdens,

Liberate me from worldly webs.

Lovingly embellish my lowly life.

Lightly wave your healing wand,

Levigate all the evil clout.

Lotus feet of yours, housing the galaxy -

Let me lie there, in that luscious comfort.


(Picture courtesy - ISKCON.org)

32 comments:

  1. Lovely Lovely Lovely are your verses.... !
    Now this comes from an atheist ! :P

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    1. Now, this makes my day:-) and I see the plural - so, is it safe to assume you'll love the upcoming ones as well? ;-) (OR "Please do like em all"- would be a less equivocal plea! LOL)

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  2. Reading this one made me feel peaceful

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    1. Thank you Cindy, for connecting with my emotion.

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  3. They say a particular pattern of words create very powerful emotions. This one does that

    PhenoMenon
    http://capturedalive.wordpress.com/2013/04/13/let-me-be-free/

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    1. Thanks Pheno:-) Glad to have you here.

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  4. Great ! Lord will surely by awed by these lines. I am not sure why you feel this is incomplete
    This is good

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    1. Yemo Afshan, it feels like I have more to say, more to convey:-) Thanks for liking it:-)

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  5. So blissful. Lovely poem to the Lord.

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    1. We are twins today Suzy...Incidentally George Harrison was an ISKCON follower - such coincidences aren't just coincidences. Thanks for connecting with my thought today!

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  6. Luscious now that's a word that one would normally not associate with God, but I love that you did just that...makes Him so much more real!

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  7. Thanks for underscoring it Corinne - for me it fit in there with with perfect spiritual lemming :-)

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  8. Lovely. Reading me soothed my mind.

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    1. Thanks Preetilata :-) you have a lovely name.

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  9. the pic is mystical n ur verses adds to the magic!

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    1. My fave pic :-) thank you.

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  10. Beautiful and inspiring, thanks for sharing !

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    1. And thanks for treading this way:)

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  11. omg- laxmi this is the best so far- totally loved this love to lord

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    1. :-) love n peace, Hari Bol.

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  12. Spiritual and healing and that too in a particularly alliterative pattern :) "L"oved this one dear L :)

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    1. Aww...just want to add that I feel like I know you from a long time back :-)

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  13. Absolutely Lovely!

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  14. Just wonderful! And, such a superb image too!

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    1. Aamom, this pic is worth a gazillion words for me:)

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  15. Laxmi, the line that will stay with me is "Lovingly embellish my lowly life." An evocative poem, yet again.

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    1. Yet again, you place me on cloud nine :-) thank you!

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  16. Lovely verse. I belong to the tribe Hitchy belongs to :)

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    1. I expected that - you are way too logical anyway ;-)

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  17. You have a magical touch in your pen errrr keyboard :) Superb lines :)

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  18. Limitless, your reach, your magnitude,
    Lessen my burdens,
    Liberate me from worldly webs.
    Lovingly embellish my lowly life...
    Awesome and simply superb!

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