Chidlren of Darkness - Kali Yuga, A Poem
Chidlren of Darkness - Kali Yuga
The Nightmare has arrived, and it said
I am helpless against these wretched souls
Who have lost their purity, piety and innocence.
They have no fear of sin, nor hell nor suffering.
They do not repent nor relent in their wickedness.
Nothing strikes fear in their angry hearts.
They are hardened by the blows of life and
The relentless din of the world that never
Deserts them even in their shallow sleep.
They are afraid of nothing, but full of hope
That the things they pursue will be their
Eternal salvation, and what they secure
Now will secure their lives forever.
Children of the darkness, unloved and overwhelmed
By the deepest fears of life and the cries of
Their own vain desires and restless ambition
The words of God no more soothe them.
They have learned to use the light of the scriptures
And the names of God to hide their evil deep within.
Suggestions for Further Reading
- The Life and Teachings of the Buddha
- The Buddha On the Self And Anatta, the Not-Self
- Dhamma - Buddha's Teachings
- The Eightfold Path Of Buddhism
- Concept of Death, Hell and Afterlife in Hinduism
- Dharma, the Moral and Religious Duties of Hinduism
- The Ashtadikpalas, Rulers of Eight Directions
- Hindu Gods - Lord Ganesha
- God and Self in Hinduism
- Religious People of All Faiths Must Unite
- Teaching Faith in Classrooms
- Origin, Definition and Introduction to Hinduism
- The Problems and Status of Women in Hindu Society
- Image Show is Over and Curtains are Drawn Until Next Shwo
- Why Idol Worship or Image Worship is Justified in Hinduism?
- Essays On Dharma
- Esoteric Mystic Hinduism
- Introduction to Hinduism
- Hindu Way of Life
- Essays On Karma
- Hindu Rites and Rituals
- The Origin of The Sanskrit Language
- Symbolism in Hinduism
- Essays on The Upanishads
- Concepts of Hinduism
- Essays on Atman
- Hindu Festivals
- Spiritual Practice
- Right Living
- Yoga of Sorrow
- Mental Health
- Concepts of Buddhism
- General Essays
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