When I Be Absent In This World ( Mystical Love Poem )


Moving Towards A Place Where Earthly Meets The Divine :-)

Moving Towards A Place Where Earthly Meets The Divine 🙂

Let’s venture out to quiet place

Where time has come to standstill
Where moments love to freeze
And at such a place
Sitting under shade of each other’s soul
Ponder about those days
When we be missing from this world
And yet life’s beauty be prevailing around
In all its majestic grandeur
And such an introspection
Would add a new dimension
In our existence
In our collective silence
Conceived as your silence merged with mine
That annihilated our beingness
And as that happened
We kept coming close
To the realm of  Absolute
Which steadily and slowly
Kept moving towards us
Silently embracing our collective silence
The separation vanished altogether
And prevailed absolute oneness
Untouched by impermanence
Gaining entry into realm
Where oneness gets wedded to totality
In light of incessant togetherness.


Hindi Version Of The Poem: 

एक दिन जब हम नहीं होंगे ( रहस्यवादी प्रेम कविता )



Information About The Picture:

The picture clicked by me  shows River Ganges  flowing through my village situated in Mirzapur District, Uttar Pradesh, India.



7 responses

  1. Carmen Ampuero, Lima, Peru, said:

    This quiet and beautiful place inspire people who have quiet and beautiful soul!

    Author’s Response:

    Thanks for not missing this poem 🙂 You are right that only a beautiful mind would be encouraged by such spots to get lost in deeper thoughts!! Just wish to inform you that I clicked this image (showing banks of Ganges) at my Village during one chilly winter morning when everything was shrouded in deep fog.. In the Hindi version of this poem, the tree that features in the photo belongs to my village at a spot used by me since childhood to rise above the chaotic world!!


  2. Swami Prabhu Chaitanya, Patna, Bihar, said:

    Lovely !

    Author’s Response:

    Glad to hear something from your side 🙂 I was wondering about absence of comments from your side! Finally, a remark manifested 🙂

  3. Many thanks to these readers who did not miss this poem:

    Kripashankar Pandey, Mumbai; Daneshwar Pandey, Mumbai; Swami Prabhu Chaitanya, Patna, Bihar; Deewaker Pandey, New Delhi; Mayank MIshra, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh; Monika Bhandari, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh; Jai Prakash Nryan Sharma, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh; Deepak Sarin, New Delhi; Garima Sharma, Chandigarh, Punjab/Haryana; Shahabuddin Mohammed, Ernakulam, Kerala; Dr Nandlal Bhartiya, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh; Himanshu Bhushan Pandey, Siwan, Bihar; Arun Kumar, Regional PF Commissioner, Udaipur, Indian Government, Rajasthan; Rajjan Mishra, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh and Sudhir Gawandalkar, Bangalore, Karnataka.

  4. Leela Maya, Boston, Massachusetts, said:

    What a great poem..touched me deeply!!


    Poet’s Response:

    Words of conscious readers like you always manage to make an everlasting impression within…Thanks for few good words about this poem…

  5. Garima Sharma, The Times of India, Chandigarh, said:

    Emotions well expressed Arvind K Pandey ji.

    Poet’s Response:

    Really glad that few words from your “being” made their presence felt on my post.! That convinces me about your presence in virtual landscape 😛 Just wish to inform you that originally I started as poet/short story writer in the world of writing before voice of conscience drifted me towards world of news so as to remain in touch with social/societal obligations! Anyway, poetry/fiction, like first love, keeps manifesting at a regular interval. This poem is one such example of such a manifestation. Happy that it struck a chord with you!!

  6. The Time stands still but the world is turning – waters flow down the river, yet nor soul nor spirit can be chased when they keep their flame always burning!

    1. On the Seventh Cloud 😛 That’s the feeling I have when I receive few words from your side 🙂 Yes, let’s keep ourselves in state of highest consciousness. Today we are celebrating the anniversary of speech given by Vivekananda ji in USA. I need to quote his words on par with theme of our conversation: “In one word, this ideal is that you are divine.” That’s what he says. The moment we realize this we attain immortality! And then we come to know that” External nature is only internal nature writ large.”

      Thanks for dropping by!! But I must say you keep disappearing in this huge world 😦

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