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Vatsala connects with her inner self, the divine core, and seeks strength from the off-white light. A poem of peace and prayer exclusively for Different Truths.
I close the mundane blurred eyes,
Within seconds, open the inner eyes, all-bright,
Now I can see some light off-white
It’s neither linear, nor spherical
but homogeneous, continuous, undoubtedly eternal.
To the off-white light
that generates the universe generously
now connects the subtlest, the minutest part
I have no fears,
I feel no anger,
I don’t have vain questions
To the Divine I feel closer,
I dwell in a realm genuinely safer.
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Born in Mauritus, in1977, Vatsala Radhakeesoon has had a keen interest in poetry writing since a very young age. Her poems have been featured in local and international newspapers, magazines, journals and anthologies. Her first poetry book ‘When Solitude Speaks’ was published in 2013 on the approval of the Ministry of Arts and Culture (Mauritius). She is currently self-employed and continues to write poems in English, French, Kreol and Hindi.
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