Saturday, September 15, 2012

Rule of Third Eye


His Third Eye opened.
Rage burned desire.
His Tandava trampled life and love.
The Creator and Preserver suddenly became The Destroyer.
Amidst this annihilating chaos,
Parvati still conquered His heart.
Her love salvaged.


Inspired from The Hindu Mythology

16 comments:

  1. A third eye would come in handy, though on balance, I reckon a third hand would be more useful!

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    1. A third hand - definitely interesting point.
      Thank you Vivinfrance.

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  2. He seems like a scary guy. Even so, his heart was conquered. Very nice poetry.

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    1. Love conquers all, they say. Thank you Lumdog.

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  3. 33 words about the third eye! Wonderful! :D

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  4. I'm thinking we should be exceedingly grateful for Parvati.

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    1. Gratitude was expressed with Parvati having been deified ever since.
      Thank you Jessie.

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  5. "Rage burned desire" I love it!

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    1. Thank you Bo. It is really good to hear encouragement from you.

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  6. This is a frightening scene. I do like the last line line about her love being salvaged, because it ends on a hopeful note.

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    1. Thank you Janna. And the best thing is not only her love but love in general was salvaged and love helped salvage everything back. Thank you so much.

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  7. Oh, the power of love. I like it when it prevails over a scary being. :-)

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Since every thought is a seed, I am looking forward to a delicious harvest.