Recent Reviews for Shakya Sen
The Eternal Question. (Poetry) - 2/5/2010 6:12:07 PM|
This is the question: "Who am I?" to find peace in mind when in my neighbourhood people suffer, in the world, like the damage of the country and the people of Haiti, thousands of innocent victims dying, suffering of injuries, loss, orphans.
The poet feels that inch by inch without halt the time is passing by.Without his knowledge he comforts, supports others. God is watching us He is invisible but we can trust in him. We are not alone.He is with us whereever we live around the world. We can be certain that God, the Creator, stretches his hand to guide and enlighten us,gives us strength for our daily struggles and helps us until the unknown final meet.
I am very thankful to meet this devotional, spiritual Friend in equation to share and search for an answer to this priceless question "Who are You?" and "Who am I?" Let us therefore glance together at the sky, asking for grace, mercy, peace of mind. Let the light shine bright to enjoy the beauty, enrichen us, give us strength to overcome the difficulties and worries to support and be patient to those who need our help and support.
Thank you my dear Friend
Frankfurt/Main, Germany, February 6, 2010
The via media (Poetry) - 1/21/2010 2:26:53 PM
This poem reflects deep sorrows and a tragedy
How much one person can tolerate
Still have lingering doubts
Should find a cause to smile
A soft, clear, balanced voice
Helps others without hesitation
Round the clock on call and alert
A balance is there day and nite
To support who is in need
The warm light shines bright
Hope and resurrection is in sight
The Eternal Question. (Poetry) - 11/17/2008 7:17:12 AM
This is beautiful and good meter with a strong voice.
A lot of religious poetry seems too sing songy and trying to make a statement ignoring the need to develop a fluid read.
This poem works on many levels.
Thank you, ~D.