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I am from here to eternity

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Reza Sarwar :
From nothingness
I shall reach my goal.
It's not Kaba, Al-Aksa, Tur or NASA
In all my nasal breath
I shall reach to a great space.
Here's my start,
Here's my end and here's at last I am free.
Here's nothing but a great empty space.
I shall start from here.
I shall breathe in here and breathe out.
I shall go and I shall come back
And here from me
in the vast space
My brain, lungs, blood circulation
And all five senses create dreams;
Universal creativity continues.
My soul starts getting in the world
of wisdom
I am and none else.
And you are within me,
I am none but I am within you.
I am that one who tills the land.
I use to bring foodstuff from the market
And cook what's needed
to appease my hunger and move on and often.
This is the Creator who creates and destroys.
What's happening here I witness, I hear,
And in each moment I shall do what's to be done.

Not only the Creator but think over His creation.
If you can discern His creation,
you find Him therein.
You need not come back as you reached within.
So here's the stop.
There's nothing to say by science but what I create that's document that
to look into the darkness is wisdom.
Where there's no darkness, there's no wisdom.
Everything revolves round the centre of the circle.
The source of energy's within the circle's                               
 gravitation tremendous movement goes
from the emptiness to the emptiness.
This action has its equal and opposite reaction
on the space of the Creator and His creation.
Man is yet to know, yet to understand the true path.
Thus his idea of knowledge goes on increasing
And his hopes and aspirations spread.
But once everything comes to an end
centering round the empty space
at its desire's end.
Now whatever we see and act,
its continuity is eternal.
The continuity of creation is perennial.
It's absolutely true.

As the darkness overwhelms the entire space,
and again light clears it unveiling the great space!
It unveils the whole of being as a global base.
I shall do something here where nothing exists.

From birth to death I shall continue to do something and at last we two will merge together in one being.

Translation by M. Mizanur Rahman

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