Monday, 14 March 2011

Apart from myself

O Buddha!!
If the path guided by you
not going to turn into a barrier
in my route
in the route that leads to prosperity
to facility and comfort 

But perhaps that's not the way to happiness
neither that's far from worries
nor protects me from spiritual diseases .. 

The path can make me to feel safe from gunmen 
from the terror of Dons
but I'm full of doubts 
if it's able enough to absorb the fears 
the fear that sprouts from any corner every now and then

Even our routs are not crossing each other

and if they do,
does there exist the path
which could assure my guiltless return,
my repent-less coming back
which could make me to feel comfort and safe
on changing my own philosophy...

Can I be there with that much ease
without any remorse
whenever I feel that I'm sick of the wandering around..

Can that open the doors of possibilities
of joining your lane again
on the nearest four-way?
or can they lead me to devote myself 
to follow into your footsteps
making me carefree from all the conditions..

Will the expectations surely get volatile
Will I really rush towards your path losing interest in myself

Will my merge into your aura not be called as 
my greed into search of pleasure?
an escape from problems,
absconding from miseries?

If the way I follow at the moment
can’t grant me the state,
which may be equal in even and odd
which may consider a subject to the 

and an object to itself.
Can this 'I' not be separated from myself?
Dipak Mashal 

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

My First Poem on blog..

There could be a golden bird in my life too,
could see all the flying colors
of a rainbow...
Light of this life could be brighter
than its size,
your reduced price might make it possible
to buy you at my cost.
Spring could be more beautiful as well
and eventually it could break my myth
of being all alone.
A few golden moments
could get nourish in a dark day,
with the conditional effect of
payment of some of your breaths to me...
And finally I could also project impartial
to the Almighty,
with a firm belief
to the next generation...

Dipak 'Mashal'