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Immortal Is A Mortal Word
by Bhuwan Thapaliya

Saturday, March 15, 2003

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Immortal is a mortal word
of ultramodern fascination,
with its ceaseless dynamism,
in every mortalís manifestation.

Immortal is dead as any corporal
and is entombed so still and hidden,
down underneath the mortalís sin,
in this godís massive mediocre bin.

Immortal is motive for the souvenir,
when they have forgotten the mortal
and their immense miseries of survival,
which embellishes the soulís pectoral.

Immortal is the indication of death,
which grants us a sojourn juncture
and comes back when our time is up,
to cease our breath of lime and sugar

Immortal is the silence in commotion
and it speaks without verbal mutation,
the grandeur of mortalís hallucination
and their veiled extension of the survival



Copyright 2002 Bhuwan Thapaliya

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Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 3/16/2003
Real powerful and soul touching. Well expressed. Grady
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/16/2003
I have learned and am grateful for the posting...ggggrrrr funny picture.....not smiling yet.....like my skeleton....
Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 3/16/2003

Top Ten Write
Reviewed by OisŪn Breen 3/16/2003
I must say this is good
the repetition is a good technique.
Often you have a true lyrical flow in this
namaste
Reviewed by penelope hornsey (Reader) 3/16/2003
brilliant wonderful. thankyou
Reviewed by Christine Morell 3/16/2003
You're a master of your art Bhuwan.Exceptional poetry.
Chrissie
Reviewed by Shezray Faisal 3/16/2003
Very deep...and too true..
~Shezz
Reviewed by Dens Dreamweaver (Reader) 3/16/2003
Bhuwan;
I am in awe of your writing. The picture, the poem, the poet. Awesome. This poem just really speaks multitudes.. Loved it. Am so glad I was finally able to get in long enough to read some of your works.
Reviewed by Eroica Mendoza 3/16/2003
really impressive. you have a style dear poet which makes me feel that i am indeed a bad poet! haha. :)
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 3/15/2003
Wonderful poem you bring poetry to a new height !
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 3/15/2003
Another deep one!! Superb expression...
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/15/2003
An excellent write my friend,
we all think, at one time or another, to be immortal in life,
I rather be immortalzed, in the memories of my children and grand children.

William
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 3/15/2003
Bhuwan, immortal is what we all seek. Some cannot see immortality. Other like myself will go to their graves believing in it. There comes a time as we age, that what we have as mortals is not of much value. If death be the end, it is better to die than survive as a mortal; when there is nothing left to live for. All of us go through these stages. We are made by nature to experience life and death and what anyone else thinks about immortal makes no difference. What will happen will happen to all of us. If there be no immortality, then we will never know. When we die it will be finished and we won't even be as large as a grain of sand in the universe. Your thoughts will come back to your words of today as you hopefully move toward old age. And you will be surprised how you view your poem them. Bill
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/15/2003
Bhuwan once again you make your mark as a sage;-)immortality beautifully captured in poetic style
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/15/2003
Oh this was so excellent! Just very deep and meaningful,

Loved readng this!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Nancy D. 3/15/2003
Excellent work a complete package words and picture.

Nancy
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 3/15/2003
Enjoyed reading.
~E
Reviewed by jude forese 3/15/2003
immortality is the absense of words... excellent write... nice syntax and imagery...
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 3/15/2003
Bhuwan:

This is excellent write indeed, and I agree with Peggy, this is also very thought-provoking!

Sandie Angel :o)
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