Epilog

Epilog

A Poem by Mrudula Rani
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We are all just walking each other home- Ram Das

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Capricious fallen leaves and paper planes;
Untold reveries of bygone aeons,
aweigh on incessant flux of inanes,
Vagrant, infirm, impelled onto junctions
as distrait laity anent of icons.
netting nullity to axis of woe,
Intrinsic venture to apex solo
Absolute course of extant since entry
'fore deific grip of fate all forgo,
To wonted undercroft; shores of Lethe.

© 2019 Mrudula Rani


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I see the journey of humanity unfolding over billions of years, its up and downs, its heroes and villains. Fate also is playing a role in your summarized history. I also take this wonderful poem to see the similarities between fallen leaves and a fallen humanity, its mass atrocities and some periods of peace. Humans can be builders and destroyers, inventors and stagnant in mind. Whoa Mrudula...

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Thank you dear Sami for your appreciation, I value immensely your assessment . All the best .
Sami Khalil

4 Months Ago

You are welcome dearly.



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The quote you included at the start, when paired with the final line, makes me think of death as the home we are all walking each other towards. I suppose that is, indeed, our ultimate destination, and as such, perhaps regarding each other as companions on this varied and glorious journey is a much better way of looking at human relations than through an antagonistic lens.

It is so easy to become focused on the areas where we differ and forget our shared humanity. Your message offers a counterpoint to the negativity that permeates so much of our public discourse just now. To my mind, anyway.

I do enjoy your philosophical offerings, Mrudula. I always think when visiting your page. Your vocabulary choices alone offer a veritable mind feast. Hope you are well there and had a lovely holiday season with your family. A happy new year to you!

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mrudula Rani

2 Months Ago

Happy New Year dear Eilis, wishing you a wonderful decade that begins with this beautiful year.
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Mrudula Rani

2 Months Ago

For some reason rest of my acknowledgement has been cut off????
... thank you for new year w.. read more
Your language, your sight of the day to day over and through time, creates a magic of its own. You subtly but clearly, paint a unique vision, don''t you!

Wishing you joy and more in 2020

Posted 3 Months Ago


Mrudula Rani

3 Months Ago

Oi linda Querida, obrigada. ( Hi beautiful dear, thank you) I appreciate your gentle kindness, and y.. read more
I love the path your words carry us on. Even in the darkness, even in the suffering fates of life, each word is a step full of meaning and wonder. Como espero que a alegria deste ano seja como ondas carregando você para o novo ano. Um grande abraço, amiga preciosa.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mrudula Rani

3 Months Ago

What a wonderful treat to see your review on this Monday morning, dear friend.
Desejo você .. read more
An owl on the moon

3 Months Ago

Caro amiga, desejando-lhe a beleza e alegria do Natal. Espero que você adicione sua voz ao nosso po.. read more
Holy smokes did we just write of the same thing simultaneously? I like your cave painting better Mrudula:) I am gobsmacked and frozen in typing as I keep rereading this, well it sounds rather silly to say so... but I agree with you wholeheartedly! Dear god I love your use of language I am so grateful to be able to witness them... Untold reveries of bygone aeons, aweigh on incessant flux of inanes, these are synaptic boom lines:)

Posted 4 Months Ago


Mrudula Rani

3 Months Ago

i am eager to see your version of conclusions of saunters. Robert. Thank you for the warm review.
I see the journey of humanity unfolding over billions of years, its up and downs, its heroes and villains. Fate also is playing a role in your summarized history. I also take this wonderful poem to see the similarities between fallen leaves and a fallen humanity, its mass atrocities and some periods of peace. Humans can be builders and destroyers, inventors and stagnant in mind. Whoa Mrudula...

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Thank you dear Sami for your appreciation, I value immensely your assessment . All the best .
Sami Khalil

4 Months Ago

You are welcome dearly.

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