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JOURNEY

Divine Musings – 6

I’m on my way to the mountain cap.
I make my journey sweet and high.
It’s up to you O’boy, to wrap
your nap and tread the path my nigh.

Also read: HIS NAMES

Don’t walk away, don’t look around.
The path is flanked by lures umpteen
and cross-winds shake your steps on ground.
Beware and keep your mind serene.

Also read: THE LITTLE THIEF

Ye watch the trodden grass on path
and see the bushwhacked field at fore.
Our peers had spread for us this sacred swarth
my boy. Quail not, ye walk to make the lore.

No limbs, no ken, your way can wend.
You need just faith to reach the end.

Also read: THE SWAN

MAHATHI
MAHATHI
Mydavolu Venkata Sesha Sathyanarayana, who writes with the pen name MAHATHI, is a renowned Indian English poet. He has been on a mission to popularize Indian epics and philosophy, through his poems and long poems; especially in Western countries. He basically composes metrical verses in classical style, though not averse to composing free verses. His books FINDING THE MOTHER (SRI SUNDARA KANDA), HARE KRISHNA, OCEAN BLUES and THE GANGES AND OTHER POEMS are very popular and brought him great name and fame. His poems are published in a number of Indian and American print magazines.

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