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Ticketless

May 28, 2014

rupamahindraanand

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Ticketless I arrived
And ticketless I travel
This continuous journey of
Existence –
The conductor waves me on
As if in acknowledgment
Of my ticketless travel!

I traverse the stations
Each interesting and more colourful
Than the previous –

Off loading baggage at each stop –
Unable to resist adding some too!
Each station – a compartment
Of my life with its occupants
Whose faces shine and smile
And beckon –

I try to keep going
Ticketless –

If I am not caught
Till now –
Then it is Infinity
That protects –
And keeps me humble

I try to not to hurry –
Lest I stumble and fall flat
That will be lesson enough
To keep pride at bay and
To understand that this
Ticketless travel is prearranged
A gift voucher of sorts –

I wonder how many more
Trains to catch and
Stations to visit –
When will I dispense
With the entire luggage?
And how much more time
Till the next travel is initiated?

Ticketless, of course!

Sept 15th 2012

At the feet of the Master

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