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Ode To A lost Land, Lost Souls A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
I grieve for you/ My almost nation in my mind/ Lost, in idle meditations and strategic propositions/ And every now and then I catch my longing and/ I struggle, just to breath again ...
Disturb Us, Lord A Prayer by Sir FRANCIS DRAKE
Disturb us, Lord, when/ We are too well pleased with ourselves,/ When our dreams have come true/ Because we have dreamed too little ...
The Month of Vaisakh [April 14 - May 14] Poems by GURMEET KAUR
"Vaisakh: Surrender the head/ Release the ego/ Soak the Shabad/ Drench in Naam/ Answer the call ..."
Veni Vidi Vici
I Came, I Saw, I Conquered
A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
"To master reality/ Neither divide nor join, not avoid nor recede/ Recognise and rule - my senses, my self, my action/ Humble, yet a most powerful humility ..."
Shakespeare's Sonnets ... in Punjabi by ANSHU SETH
K.B.S. Sodhi's book, ‘Sach De Moti', consists of Punjabi translations of 41 of the famous poems and sonnets by the Bard of Avon.
The Month of Chet
[March 14 - April 13]
Poems translated from Punjabi by GURMEET KAUR
Spring exuberates/ Forest flowers/ Bees hum/ I too shall blossom/ My love/ If/ You'd come/ Without you/ My beloved/ What comfort?
The Song of The Nightingale: Love & Wisdom A Poem by INNI KAUR
I wailed:/ Does anyone know/ The agony of a caged soul?/ Whose freedom lies/ In the will of another?/ It's better to die/ Than live caged.
Accounting A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
"Will the lives of those less fortunate than I be resurrected/ Will I face these in my detention/ Studied, scrutinized, inspected/ As I gaze into the bright and loving eyes of God ..."
A Letter For My Bhateeji - Niece by SHELBY STEINHAUER
You are forty days old - a tiny lioness cub, so fierce and yet so fragile, a world of possibilities within you.
Guru Tegh Bahadar A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
"A Guru does no dazzling slight of hand/ Is not the merchant of God's power/ Does not step in to tip the balance of the good/ Nor judge another ..."