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The rhododendron
we see before us
may not be the same
to you and me.
It may be red
to both of us.
But its fragrance
may not be the same.
It may smell sweet to you
but it may suffocate me.

The freedom
we sense
may not be the same
to you and me.
It may be sublime
to both of us.
But its essence
may not be the same.
It may liberate you
but it may cripple me.

The road
we see before us
may not be the same
to you and me.
It may be mysterious
to both of us.
But its journey
may not be the same.
It may lead you to the heaven
but it may land me in the hell.

The deity
we worship together
may not be the same
to you and me.
It may be holy
to both of us.
But its authenticity
may not be the same.
It may be a gem to you
but it may be a stone to me.

The love
we have for us
may not be the same
to you and me.
It may be symbiotic
to both of us.
But its molecules
may not be the same.
It may be a mountain to you
but it may be a valley to me.

Ah! And our orgasm
may not be the same
to you and me.
It may be tedious to you
but it may be exhilarating to me.
But yet there will be
the bond of reconciliation
between us.
The individual drop
conforming to the mutual unity.


Copyright 2005 Bhuwan Thapaliya.

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Reviewed by The Smoking Poet
Viva la differance... and so the opposites attract.

Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci
Great write Bhuwan! You cover the broad range of human emotions in this!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Orgasm tedious?! Well, the relational issues that go with it may have paled a bit, but the experience in the flesh can be nothing other than transporting, can it?! But then, this just goes to prove your point, doesn't it?! Same word, different interpretations... as usual, you are flawless, dear Poet, and give us all much food for thought alongside some wonderful sensual words that are as much felt as understood. Diversity in unity is good... unified doesn't have to be uniform and therein we learn tolerance and acceptance. Bless you and TY... hope you're thinking about that computer for the kids! Will send soon... lol Kate xx
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
Extraordinary Write, and yes it refects unity amid individualism.
Ty and great to read you again, been too long.

Regards
Ch'erie
Reviewed by Joyce Hale
This write is beautiful, Bhuwan... it enunciates the differences between people that may be a chasm or a bridge, according to their hearts. Stunning!

Peace.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Everything is relative, isn't it.
Fine work, Bhuwan.
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
hello B, this was ceratainly a very good piece of work to read
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
all is one...
very nicely expressed, bhuwan.
a pleasure as always,
carolyn
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Powerful piece Bhuwan!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Handsum Hart
A splendid write!

Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Powerful romantic write!
Reviewed by Dale Clark
But yet there will be
"the bond of reconciliation
between us.
The individual drop
conforming to the mutual unity."

The most important lines in this
wise and profound piece. It is
a masterful look at our world.
Excellent Bhuwan!

Reviewed by jude forese
Bhuwan, this is exceptional ... i am in awe!
Reviewed by Cathrine Hottran
Good write!
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
You are a rare gem, Bhuwan, obviously brilliant intellectually and gifted with poetic expression but also a soul whose essence is revealed in the breath of life your poems gives. Always, always good to read your inspired work. I pray all is well for you. Dawn
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
one word, bhuwan....WOW! :)
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
Outstandingly deep and powerful, this is so excellently expressed Bhuwan, just loved this poem,

Reindeer
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Bhuwan you embody the wisdom of the ages!
Your poetry is always superb!

Love,
Alrisha
Reviewed by A. Keith Barton
I love your poetry and imagery; philosophic and metaphysical.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
A fascinating poetic perspective, Bhuwan - especially liked your last stanza.
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