Tag: poetry

poem on samadhi

By Paramahansa Yogananda, this poem is taken from Chapter 14 and is about Samadhi. You can see it here on YieldMore. Read more »

ode to monty

Ode to Monty, by cousin Jupe.
From Monty and Cheyenne, Curious Lives.

Now Monty was born with the wind in his fur,
And a taste of the wild in his eyes.
If you knew him back then, you’d have thought right away
Here’s a kit who’s uncommonly wise.

His dad was a rancher, his mom was a muse,
Expect an unusual kin.
A wonder with delphins, at home on the plains
And knowing The Way from within. Read more »

omar khayyam

Omar Khayyám, a Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher and poet, who also wrote treatises on mechanics, geography, and music.

And, as the Cock crew, those who stood before
The Tavern shouted – “Open then the Door!
You know how little time we have to stay,
And once departed, may return no more.”

Alike for those who for TO-DAY prepare,
And that after a TO-MORROW stare,
A Muezzin from the Tower of Darkness cries
“Fools! your reward is neither Here nor There!” Read more »

pl: poetry – amore

My first poetry attempt
Topic: Philosophy
what is this life so fraught with care,
we have not the time to stand and stare,

our heads so filled with worry & troubles
we wish only to look at how other people seem to enjoy our suffering
and forget that their lives are as full of worry if not fuller
we dont realise how akin we are to each other in our misery
and we dullen our sensitiveness until all we see are our own problems
and think life is being unfair / unkind to us
while it is actually simply us who are indeed in love with our own misery
we know not that all it takes is a little understanding
and the realisation that all we need to do is share our problems
and in the talking itself our worries are half dissolved
and for the talking, we gain strength to face the rest of our burdens
for we know that there is a little someone, somewhere who cares… Read more »