Deliverance Through Surrender
Deliverance Through Surrender

Deliverance through surrender

Order re-restored

My true self is now in form

Whole, wholesome, pure

Unchanged, or rather back to the original form

Self before me, before time

Unchained, or rather the simple realization

That there were no chains

Except of my design

No inner or outer

And certainly no I in the center

Back to the source, mother lode

My self, struggle, pleasure and pain

Fire and brimstone

Extinguished in a deluge of tears

Strangely salt has made the Self-sweeter

Gaurav Mathur

Gaurav Mathur, MD, is a poet, philosopher and cardiologist who loves to explore the core of every issue, the heart of the matter. He lives in Florida with his wife who is a psychiatrist and two lovely children.

Ouevre

I Sit Silent in My Chair

Poetry by Gaurav Mathur

I sit silent in my chair Poised with pen and paper All eyes and ears Waiting to catch a glimmer Or the faintest whisper Of the Eternal Nothing And all...
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Do Not Ask

Poetry by Gaurav Mathur

Victim or victor I am not Friend or lover I am not Poet or philosopher I am not Seeker or seer I am not Thought or thinker I am not...
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Thought and its Futility

Poetry by Gaurav Mathur

Thought and its futility Are seen Desire and its pointlessness Are seen Fear and its subsidence Are seen The unwavering flame of attention Engulfs all that is Mind is still,...
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Anthology

My longing has many faces

Poetry by Maura Horkan

The sad one who feels it can never be and cries big salty tears into the garden The other one who moves slowly around the many tasks to be done...
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The End of the Road

Poetry by Knute Skinner

He walks along the possible road, one deliberate step ahead of the next. At the end of the road, it may be, there’ll be sustenance, shelter, a sensation of sympathetic...
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Disconnection

Poetry by Bettina

Disconnected, heavily defended, I avoid you when I pass you in the street, our eyes don’t meet, like empty shuttles they seem to be travelling nowhere. Disconnected, heavily defended, I...
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