Mother Kali, so radiantly black
I have seen your face in the Universe
Destroying worlds to satisfy
Evolution’s will for Supernovas
There is subtle light in Darkness
Power in contempt for false growth
Kali, take me into thy black light
Beyond luminosity, that I may breathe there
The spiritual rare of all ancestors
Blaze a fierce trail of strength in my soul
That I may reborn with a blissfully vanquished
Will, that knows how to submit to the higher power
And follow a law so eternally omnipotent
No mind remembers the overwhelming black
Before the big bang’s lotus shine of triumph-light
Om Kali! Om Kali! Om Kali!
I want to visit your incomparable form
Mold my chakra with your ruthless energy
For the foolish poet is not any Kalki-striving
Revelatory experience is not of this world
Grant me not visionary gift, but a meditation
From the most brilliant gem of realization
The diamond essence of awareness
That comes from seeing a million worlds born and die.
There is subtle light in Darkness…
This was beautifully-transcendant, left me out there in some universe.
Thanks Charly, I’m forever trying to read mystic poets and I find in Hinduism, The Mother Kali is one of the most gripping energies in the cosmic sense.
I really don’t know what Kali matha represents, i haven’t tried to understand, but this coming from you makes me want to dig my faith a little deeper. Nice work.
Thanks Sudeesh, in a way I’m a descendant of the disciplines of Ramakrishna.
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A very powerful poem by Wuji.