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A Tale of Eyes



Those were the penetrating eyes,
the gaze went deep inside;
Troubled the surface, enlightened the core,
false identifications trembled back door;
A ray of light, a voice of hope,
they appeared to be a divine discourse;
Ego then rolled the dice,
created separation playing wise;
False existed as true self,
law of land overpowered the spiritual dwell...
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Submitted by Vinit on June 10, 2021

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