About Mirror of My Self

Self is God. Self is Guru. Self is Everything.

This blessed mirror reflects nothing but the Self of my Beloved Brother, my Highest Gurudeva and my Spiritual Father. Whatever you see, read and experience in this blog are only from Him, through me, for you, my dear visitor.

This slave is taking immense pleasure in welcoming you to experience my Self in all its glories!

Shree Rama Jayam.



Saturday, March 26, 2011

A Drop Ocean

Morning, today, after this slave woke up, as he was chanting, he asked his 'amma' to brew a tea. Meanwhile, he sat along with his Perazhagi, all eager to see what reactions, his so-called friends, face-bookers, and tweeters had shown.

Like a monkey jumping from one branch to another, this slave, too, was jumping between windows. Only, while he was on the 'blogger-dashboard', this slave was drawn into one of his good blogger-friends' blogSlow Processor. And her post, made this slave to remember one the greatest poets of our Time iLLaiYa RaaJa!

To many, this may come has a surprise, but iLaiYa RaaJa is such a Great Devotee that His poems, too, like His Music, blossoms from His heart. Yup! Only persons with a heart can enjoy them.

Thereby, this slave tells the world that he, too, has a heart! Lolz.

My dear reader, the post is not for that, but a poem. And, all the credit goes to this slave's friend Hasna Fathima, for inspiring him to translate a Haiku like poem from iLaiYa RaaJa's 'Thuli Kadal' (an awesome book!), which literally means 'A Drop Ocean'.

So, here it's, folks!
Written words,
laughed, at the writer.

In the written words,
there could be mistakes.
But, what mistakes could be there?
In the words, that are unwritten!

8 comments:

Sneha said...

Thought provoking post.

Manivannan Sadasivam said...

Thank u Sneha. Am gladdened to know that :-)

Have a great weekend, dear friend.

Shree Rama Jayam!

venus66 said...

Nice post.

Manivannan Sadasivam said...

Thank u, akka :-)

lakshmi said...

the tamil poem is real good

Manivannan Sadasivam said...

True, akka :-)

Gladdened to know that u've read that wonderful lines in Thamizh. And, yeah, by all means and all ways, Thamizh is umpteen times better than english :-)

Shree Rama Jayam!

shri ramesh sadasivam said...

Beautiful one Mani!

Manivannan Sadasivam said...

Thanks'na :-)

Jai Shri Ram!