Born of the bright sun, giver of light, incarnate Bhaskara
Child divine, meek and mild, so strong, an ever-new song
My delight to stay the night, illumining my darkened soul
While the whole of your life given so free for me yet to be
At liberty from the ravages of time in chime with eternity
Yet speak to me, please, of Bhagavan and love and peace
That will never cease to flow from celestial throne above
And tell me your tales never heard by the ear of my heart
And grant me the better part of truth undistorted by ages
And self-crowned sages, theologians and priests of shame
Who blame what you came to reclaim in the bless’d name
Of the One who created life to shine with joy and laughter
And tell me you’re much more and other than definitions
Of men who prey on guilt, fear and threats of damnation
As they inflame their own pride while they hide the truth
Of who you are … singer of light bringing light and smiles
5 thoughts on “Singer of Light, Bright Bringer of Smiles”
The strong and loving countenance, of the boy in the illustration, shows the timelessness of Divine Love. He could be Krishna, Gautama Siddhartha, Zoroaster or Christ. Helmeted soldiers existed, in each of Their times. I find it interesting that you reference the great Indian mathematician. Scientific and spiritual knowledge do clearly intersect, in mathematics.
Ah yes, indeed they do, and you are so right about the boy in the illustration. Thank you so much, my friend! And blessings to you!
this is great, thank you so much for sharing!
If you get a chance, I would really appreciate if you could check out my music/art blog.
Would mean a lot.
Thank you so very much, and I’d be delighted to visit your blog! Cheers and peace!
means so much, thank you!