Aurobindo

The Word of The Silence

The Word of The Silence

A bare impersonal hush is now my mind, A world of sight clear and inimitable, A volume of silence by a Godhead signed, A greatness pure, virgin of will. Once on its pages Ignorance could write In a scribble of intellect the blind guess of Time And cast gleam-messages of ephemeral light, A food for s... »

The Guest

The Guest

I have discovered my deep deathless being: Masked by my front of mind, immense, serene It meets the world with an Immortal’s seeing, A god-spectator of the human scene. No pain and sorrow of the heart and flesh Can tread that pure and voiceless sanctuary. Danger and fear, Fate’s hounds, ... »

Tree

Tree

A tree beside the sandy River-beach Holds up its topmost boughs Like fingers towards the skies They cannot reach, Earth-bound, heaven-amorous. This is the soul of man. Body and brain Hungry for earth our heavenly flight detain. by Aurobindo Hits: 2 »

Reminiscence

Reminiscence

My soul arose at dawn and, listening, heard One voice abroad, a solitary bird, A song not master of its note, a cry That persevered into eternity. My soul leaned out into the dawn to hear In the world’s solitude its winged compeer And, hearkening what the Angel had to say, Saw lustre in midnig... »