LIKE YOU/तुम्हारे जैसा (POEM)

Who is like you?

A debonair in a suit, a happy-go -lucky person, an insouciant saint or a king with the precious crown?
Well, when we find hollowness, deceptive looks with judgemental attitude, money as the sole power, acceptance with conditional terms…then the divine fragment light burns…where we can unpour our feelings without modulating it, where we know that we won’t be rejected for our whimp and wails, where we can kneel down without wearing our ego, where education, talent, beauty are not the tiara…and where we will be accepted for being the original one…
It’s you…it’s you My Lord…where we can bow…the origin of unconditional love…the unique one.

तुम्हारे जैसा

एक भोर तुम्हारे जैसा…
दुआओं और प्यार से महका महका

एक शाम तुम्हारे जैसा…
तेज, ताप और अंगार सा दहका दहका

एक रात तुम्हारे जैसा…
शान्त, स्निग्ध,कही लहरों सा बहका बहका

यह सब तुम्हारे जैसा…
और तुम??
तुम इन महके,दहके,बेहके
ख्वाबों से कहीं ऊपर…
मेरे अन्तर्मन के विभीषिकाओ को मिटा के
विराजे हो मेरे दिल पे, हर अलंकार के परे…
मेरे प्रभू!!


A morning like you…
Fragrant like love and prayer

An evening like you…
Glowing like fire, filling warmth in the air

A night like you…
Gracious like waves, calmness folded in layers

All are like you…
But you??
You are above all this dreamy affairs,
Eliminating my fears, wiping my tears,
Sitting firmly in my heart, climbing those stairs.
My Lord!!

17 Comments Add yours

  1. rajesh dhamge says:

    It’s “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” my 1 word comment. …
    Volume in bulk shall be posted soon too… let me check my existence and brain if at all that could be resonant….

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    1. mellowstorm says:

      Thank you for liking and for the special word😊


  2. Rajan Michael says:

    Excellent. Keep on writing.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. mellowstorm says:

      Thank you so much😊


  3. Beautiful poem & pictures 😍👌

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  4. Supriya says:

    Ma’am it’s a higher order of spirituality ..divine ..Belief n love for him is simply platonic. Great beautiful narration.

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    1. sutapa says:

      Thank you so much.🙂


  5. rajesh dhamge says:

    I am catapulting from Supriya Madam’s response instead of your contents in the blog, where she states that this is platonic & higher order of spirituality. Gods are said to be residing in to the enrapturing, pristine mystic magnificence of the environment. But for a moment if we don further that they too might have been into missing their counterparts at times, then it’s quite obvious for them despite being engulfed with the cosmic grandeur to find that nothing is at par with the real inseparability…their better halves too compliment & supplement each other…it’s a vivid divine fancy to write this through this blog. It’s like Goddess Parwati reminiscent about her consort Lord Bholenath with pakoda naak….. a beautiful hindi song goes with it…kahi dur jab din dhal jaye saanjh ki dulhan(ANAND movie) OR jaise suraj ki garmi se(bhajan by SHARMA BANDHU)

    Now from blog we can think about juxtaposing the human beings in same natural ambience, wherein we all can recall our experiences of having been often mesmerized & enchanted by the splendor & elegance of the daybreaks which harbors indomitable vigor soaked with inherent blissfulness to us as it has also with it the capacity to impart freshness to everyone who so ever can stir out of their cradle and rejuvenate themselves at dawn. We certainly then carry the olfactory nodes of the pulsating sunrise. The sun then gradually traverses to the zenith to descend down further at a horizon but still has its exuberance with flaring blaze albeit which obviously may not scorch us at dusk & then it finally paves way for arresting the mercury to lower comfortable levels. After the scintillating rays have lost their gleam the darkness creeps and envelopes us with utmost tranquility and turns our moods bit inebriated. This is the way day graduates into its different phases.

    To be in love with nature is an inborn instinct however to some extent its predominantly personal addiction & pleasure because few people may not come out to savor the tastes of these captivating moments & shades of the day. Another good song syncs in well…suraj hua maddham(KABHI KHUSHI KABHIE GHAM movie). It’s like admitting to be 24×7 in company with nature (or a multifaceted person who is gracious/uncontrolled/king…or akin) where one can be in love with the time ticking away in lieu of the hue which sun portrays before us all along the day. It’s also like romancing with the sun which has gold, yellow, amber, dazzling white added with heat, odor and intoxicants …. All captivating hues are instrumental to assume further that whatever the phase of the day is, so long as the cosmos weaves the days to have this exuberance the mere imagination of the soul-mate can be above any material or spiritual ornamentation… but then you need to have that penchant and fondness of your eternal soul-mates. MINDBLOWING! The state of mind 24×7 then is akin to another song ….subah n aayi sham n aayi jis din(CHA CHA CHA movie)

    Now picking up the thread left in the foreword which is the usual trait of your blogging which needs to be pondered regarding what else you have left unattended in the poetic thoughts deliberately. Then I discover that herein you refer about a person who is having bottomless dimensions…who is suave, yet is reckless or magnanimous even and yet receives us in any position. You have impressed upon us that despite having been bestowed with all the mundane/material abundance and accumulation, to this person one can vent their anguish freely & dispel the melancholy within in comparison to all other entities that barter the give & take modalities with conditions & insolence only. I feel you insist upon person before whom anyone can disrobe/unclothe their esteem and bow down in for seeking the purpose of life. I perceive such person’s description has to be for the most revered one & before whom one has surrendered totally. But I would add further that certainly this revered person should equally acknowledge its gratitude in form of bountiful rewards to whosoever comes in search of them ….. because there has been a real long, long longing as admitted in this song …Dhiray dhiray machal aey diley bekarar…(ANUPAMA movie). I think the verse concludes to say Mere Prabhu… MERE BHOLENATH…


  6. Priya Sharma says:

    Hindi Grammar -काव्यशरीर, अर्थात् भाषा को शब्दार्थ से सुसज्जित तथा सुन्दर बनानेवाले चमत्कारपूर्ण मनोरंजक ढंग को alankar कहते है।

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      1. ☕you are welcome Sutapa.

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