Inner Awakening

Inner Awakening

A Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul

This poem is based on spiritual feelings to awaken life and stabilize mind. Inner awakening values more and we should always follow right path. When we trust on God, we feel the inner conscience.

We are in way of trust towards God,
His grace has entered inside,
Beauty of  stabilized mind is felt,
We have awakened the strength,
Nice this is, nice this is, of course,
God has poured a beam in our lives,
Motivating us, father has taught,
Now we are in his favour.

Inner awakening has governed,
With the trust of new revival,
In a path of silence we feel,
The universal beam of dignity,
Meditation is the real key
That has opened up the luck,
In a favoured path of joy,
We are now in eternal hope,
Trust is strengthened more. 

Inner inspiration is graduated
In summer we have felt Spring,
In Winter we feel warmness 
Sitting in God's life we feel selves,
We feel calmness as moon beams,
Inner moon smiles looking at sky!

© Kumarmani Mahakul, 24 July 2019. All rights reserved. 

© 2019 Kumarmani Mahakul

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Inner feelings are radiated like sunbeams and
brung feelings of joy and contentment... blessings flower into laughter where tears are
meant to feel passion for another person who
needs tender love and caring in a spiritual way of thinking. truly, a lovely philosophy, Pat

Posted 1 Year Ago

True words in an inspiring poem sir. You highlight the grace and power within that is available to all of us. Some find them and uses them while others are kept blinded. You are wise indeed.

Posted 1 Year Ago

This is a wonderful poem how you write inspiringly. Kudos.

Posted 1 Year Ago

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Added on July 24, 2019
Last Updated on July 24, 2019
Tags: life, mind, God, Spirituality


Kumarmani Mahakul
Kumarmani Mahakul

Gandam, Deogarh, Odisha, India

Kumarmani Mahakul takes birth at a holy moment as the youngest son of Bamancharan Mahakul his father and mother Pirapriyambada Devi in village Gandam of undivided Sambalpur district (Currently belong.. more..