Walk With Me A While

Poem By Neela Nath Das

Walk with me for a while,
Throw your glum, and please, smile-
Our heaven is not very near.....
See there a grove of pine,
Standing calmly with green shine.
Hold my hand and take me there.
Are you angry? No, chuckle on your face,
I also want life and your tight embrace!
Two ways are there, which one to share?
Ah! the lonely, thready, still lane,
Inviting us, to shed our strain-
Let's walk thru the rain-soaked pine and fir....
For us now, divinity is in everything,
Whatever, exists here, and He does bring-
Nothing is extremely unfair.
So, flash with delight, and take stroll,
Celestial abode of love is our final goal!

Comments about Walk With Me A While

a lovely poem of togetherness through and thin? ...........well written
very lovely work, thanks ffor sharing it.
An excellent poem there...
Very beautiful poem.. Thanks for sharing... I invite you read my poems.. Thank you
Beautiful portrayal of the serene expanse of nature on way to the man's final destination is quite heart touching. Thanks for this amazing poem. I quote a few lines: Let's walk thru the rain-soaked pine and fir.... For us now, divinity is in everything, Celestial abode of love is our final goal!


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