rays of arrows

04 Jul

the Lord of ocean, pacifying Sri Rama, angered...



in our oceanic life

Our lives ride on the mares of desires of tides

Our courtships always sail on cradles of waves

Whirl pooled souls of lust never heed the words of Deity

Pardon us – don’t dry us as arid with your parching rays of arrows


Posted by on July 4, 2013 in Uncategorized


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2 responses to “rays of arrows

  1. johannisthinking

    July 5, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    dear Mr. M Murali Mohan,
    I have nominated you for the SEMPER FIDELIS AWARD! I think the following should enable you to find the image of the award:

    This description was written by Patty of Semper Fidelis is Latin and means Always Loyal. Loyalty means the world to me. I am very loyal myself, but I’ve got major trust issues as well. And I think trust is very important if you are sharing so much of yourself with people you meet through the internet. So I am working on that! 🙂 Why the wolves? Because wolves have very strong ties with their pack. Like a family or a great group of friends. And I just love them! This award stands for the loyalty and love between friends.

    The Rules:

    Add the Semper Fidelis Award logo somewhere on your blog.
    Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog.
    Nominate 5 bloggers who’s loyalty and friendship you value and you consider being part of your ‘pack of wolves’ on WordPress.
    Post something special for each one of your nominees and dedicate it to them. This can be a quote, saying, poem, picture, anything you think that would fit that person.
    Let the nominees know that you’ve nominated them.

    I am very grateful to Patty of for her award to me!
    I am very grateful to Patty of for her award to me!

    My pack of wolves are: 🙂

    * M Murali Mohan:

    M Murali Mohan, from India, cares about all of us! He shares his knowledge of the law on his blog. He shares his understanding of human life. He shares the deep wisdom of his beliefs. He is always a faithful reader of my writings–this encourages me so much to keep writing…and gives me purpose to live.

    Albert Schweitzer
    “Sometimes our light goes out, but is blown again into instant flame by an encounter with another human being.”
    ― Albert Schweitzer


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