Realisation

Updated: Sep 13

Life is so mysterious that a few might not even realise its value or experience it their entire lifetime, and only a few truly reach a point to realise its true value.

“Realisation” by Rohit Damaraju talks about existence, realisation, civilisation and ignorance while mentioning how anyone who realises the power of existence is never the same again.

 
Cover Photo by Pankaj Tottada

Today, I realised that I existed,

from the whispers of life that I hated.

Today, I realised that I existed,

as a civilisation was spewed, when two souls mated.

You too will realise, beholder.

Just look at the magic in the pebble and the boulder.

The waves of binding creepers and whirlpools stir.

Flow yourself and blend.

Morrow, you’d realise that existence,

is the omnipresent network of past, present and future tense.

Someday will come when you will rise from this sleep.

Someday… the world would realise this matter so deeply.

 

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This contribution is photographed by Pankaj Tottada.

 

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This poem is available in paperback & ebook.




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