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Nothingness Leads to Fullsome And vice versa

These thoughts, these wandering thoughts,
Troubles me a lot giving me an empty nest syndrome,
I have every one around, very near,
But feel that they are far far away.
Feeling of emptiness leads me to a 'nothingness',
I am engulfed in a glorious silence,
I was feeling 'nothing' here and there,
But now this 'nothing' is every where.
It seems the emptiness of the world's womb,
The teaming life already gone out,
Gone out into a halo of nothing,
Nothing spent, nothing used,
Nothing was what was growing giving life,
Nothing was all of life,nothing was every thing,
Out of this nothingness comes out the fullsome,
Fullsome to nothingness and vice versa,
Finally making us believe that both are the same.

  (E.P.Haridasan)
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Submitted on August 21, 2014

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Hails from Kerala,India.I am 64 years old,retired from Goverment service ,presently settled in Delhi.My wife is a home maker.We have two sons,both settled in life.By virtue of my job,I have widely travelled across the country and few place abroad too.We are now leading a very happy and peaceful life.My hobbies include travelling,seeing places and reading a lot. more…

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