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Sophia

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You have always been here, but you've
never noticed her as she really is; you've
looked for a woman who cooks, takes care
of your garden of flowers; but inside her
resides a disciple of the Eternal Feminine:
The Mater Gloriosa — she is the mother
of all sentient (living) creatures — she is
the queen of the earth — and in her dominion
lions and deers love each other, live peacefully
together;

You have always been here, but you've
never noticed him when you've looked yourself
in the mirror — inside of you there
resides a disciple of the Pater Profundus:
the Eternal Masculine — he is the acquirer
of knowledge and wisdom — he is the commander
of all inanimate objects, he is the prince
of the earth — and in his dominion
all the races live joyfully together, as
neighbors — there is abundance — there is no
poverty anywhere.

Pater Profundus is the son of Mater Gloriosa;
mater gloriosa has no husband. Pater profundus
has a friend, named "Doctor Maximus". Many
people have been doctor maximus. In 1593,
it was William Shakespeare; in 1766, it was
Immanuel Kant; in 1808, it was
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

This trio, taken as a whole, runs and guides
the relationships in the world. If you are facing
any problem, go to www.trio.org, and file
your petition.

Comments

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 13, 2021:

Thank you, Maya. I. too, enjoy your poetry very much. I always look forward to reading your new poetry (and also for newly published poetry from other authors here). I find them refreshing.

Maya Ellenson from Hobe Sound, Florida on March 13, 2021:

I really enjoy your philosophical poetry with interesting overtones and so much depth.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Om Shanti!

manatita44 from london on March 12, 2021:

Sweet! There are a few of you here. Bengal is very dear to me as my Guru ji came from there. It is also the home of so many God-men and women of the past. Om Shanti!

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Thank you, John. I shall continue to write.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Yes, Manatita bhaiya, I'm from Bengal. I live in the northern portion of Bengal.

My surname is Acharya.

Acharya is a brahmin surname. I'm a brahmin by birth. Sankhajit bhaiya is also a Bengali brahmin. He spells his surname 'Bhattacharjee', but it can also be spelled as 'Bhattacharya' (meaning an Acharya from the village named 'Bhatt').

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on March 12, 2021:

Nice job, Tanmoy. Glad to see you are inspired and thinking of new things to write.

manatita44 from london on March 12, 2021:

Where are you from, Bro?

An Acharya is a teacher. They are usually scholars, pundits, holy men. You're Bengali?

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Thank you, Manatita bhaiya. Much love to you and to everyone here.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Thank you, Moondot.

manatita44 from london on March 12, 2021:

I liked the way you weaved that one. I admire creativity and innovation. Also a great ending! Much Love.

EK Jadoon from Abbottabad Pakistan on March 12, 2021:

Kudos to you, Tanmoy. You did it well. This was an in-depth read and I really enjoyed it. Great food for soul here.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Thank you, Ravi ji.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Thank you, Chitrangada ji.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 12, 2021:

Thank you, Misbah.

Ravi Rajan from Mumbai on March 12, 2021:

Nicely written Tanmoy. I like the skillful play of words here that really kept coming back to me. Thanks for sharing.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on March 12, 2021:

Nice expressions. Some deep thoughts, expressed beautifully in your poem.

Well done Tanmoy. Thank you for sharing.

Misbah from The Planet Earth on March 12, 2021:

Tanmoy I loved it—Splendid

You nailed it— outdone it. I am spellbound to tell how well you did it

It was a difficult challenge but You are so creative

I was waiting for a great response and had it from you

Blessings

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