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the uparati





28. THE UPARATI-DR.KGB

Thousand poems I compose;
Not for you, but for me;
For my ecstasy, the bliss;
The sandrananda, the uparati!

But it is of you, by you;
And in you!

Whispering the moment:
‘Am transparent;'
The withering speck, indifferent;
Since the parting inevitable;
Smiling the precarious future;
But you the omnipresent;
Null nil and quiescent!

The present pseudo,
Nonexistent, vague,
Still, the autocrat;
The hypocrite;
The egoist, arrogant!
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Notes-
Sandranda= ultimate happiness
Uparati= near- ecstatic state

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