Monday, May 18, 2020

Amita Sarjit Ahluwalia writes


How does one Heart bear 🍁so much love, so much fear? 🍁That is the Wonder! 🍁🍁
How can the Beloved be, 🍃so far, and yet so near? 🍁That is the Wonder!

How can any one land be, 🍂violent yet full of beauty?🍂
What we hate is what is dear! 🍁That is the Wonder!🍁🍁

Mists and cloud 🍂the mountains shroud 🍂hanging so heavily
Then sun shines and all is clear! 🍁That is the Wonder!🍁🍁

Saffron blooms, Fruit trees blossom, 🍂On Earth’s old bosom🍂
Nature proclaims Spring is here! 🍁That is the Wonder🍁🍁

Curtains of pollution fall 🍂you can see the Pir Panjal🍂
Air’s now transparent and sheer! 🍁That is the Wonder!🍁🍁

Hope rises Joy wakes 🍂even after Heart Breaks 🍂
‘ Anjum ‘ shines in Heaven’s sphere! 🍁That is the Wonder!🍁🍁

1 comment:

  1. The Pir Panjal is a group of mountains in the Inner Himalayan region, running from east-southeast to west-northwest across the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, the Indian Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, and the Pakistani-administered territory of Azad Kashmir. It is the largest range of th Lesser Himalyas. In Kashmiri, they are known as the Pir Pantsal and were known as the Panchaladeva (the god of Panchala) in the 12th century Kashmiri historian Kalhana's metrical chronology "Rajatarangin."
    Anjum means "stars" and is a common name for boys and girls.


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