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The burden of Truth
by Hari Kumar

Monday, December 30, 2002

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The burden of Truth
so overwhelming
I scream -
"I am not the One",
silently.
Was it, then,
in sincere thirst
or in rank playfulness
that I sought the Light?
I ask and realise,
with anguish,
I have ceased to know
myself.
Or is it this
deep troubling fear
of too many bonds
that I cannot break,
too many vices
that I still enjoy,
too many dreams
to realise.

I am not the One.

Hari's Mind
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Reviewed by Tien Avielle (Reader) 12/31/2002
perhaps, you are not the ONLY one - no matter your perceived vices, seeking the light is always right... it does not matter, what final destiny you reach, only that you traveled in the right direction. (-:
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