Song Eternal Embryonated, through cellular evolutions from unknown galaxies of globular gyrations, when I stir from an insensible state of an infant labored out to the world lulled otherwordly, the motherly lifenote struck on my maieutic eardrums blossoms waking voices from wailings of mystical mediums, improvises Vedic verses wafted over warfaring standards, entrancing even the turbulent dark night caught in nets of black illusions, and renders the breathless broken reeds into lilting flutes; And the tunefeet played on my soulstrings presume the cosmic feet dancing on the space-time horizons, amid aubades, illumined in epochal effusions and resonate revived flowing full in melodies eternal.
Rathnashikamani Bijja's Questions:
I tried to depict the eternal nature of word as it reverberates and transcends from age to age.
Lines 13-20 refer to Mahabharatha war where Arjuna was demystified by Lord Krishna.
Lines 21-24 refer to the Cosmic dance of Shiva.
Who am "I" in this poem?
Is the pace flowing like time?
Are the allusions so subtle that they are more intangible?
Is there a feeling of music passing from an embryo to the Eternity?
Is there a dawn, twilight and dawn again in this poem?