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Repose of the long journey

Moving around forest I find my nest,  
Moving so far hill I sleep in your chest.
Bed of rock is very soft this is the best,
I am tired now really I am taking rest.

Dawn has gone, dusk is singing near,
Noon has gone boon is with me no fear,
Alone I am in this forest this is so deep,
Flow oh dear river, in lap I shall sleep.

Creeping your waves slowly near me,
Still I am thinking of sky bending knee.
See oh dear wind, beauty of reflection,
Nature has given I have found affection.

I am singing God’s glory I am his guest,
Before him sure I have passed the test.
Blessed I am blessed you are getting zest,
I am going to heaven here taking little rest. 

Copyright © Pintu Mahakul, 04 December 2008. All rights reserved.

Copyright © Pintu Mahakul | Year Posted 2017


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  1. Date: 10/4/2017 6:09:00 AM

    This one was written quite a while ago, and being that I always read slow, on me will eventually start to grow.