I want to wind up my path
Retracing your steps on the road to you feet,
I now just want to wind up my path.
The way just, made for you
Don't know how the mrugjal lake started Forming
The Swans together started walking.
On the bank of the rivers, the trees started forming, they started growing
And the wall of the tress; leaf-by-leaf, the birds started licking.
Palace of relation on this road was built,
Where just you were called, not just in the palace
But in my heart in-built.
From Gardens green, A junipers delight
Loves scented echo takes its flight.
With rising Sun, your presence seems near,
Waiting further , day's end the sunset is clear
My mind the relaxed mind, takes some rest
Leaving the road for the day to come next.
Lost on the road, I wait for you,
Yet in others' hearts, you find your due.
Once I recalled, faced my own trial,
Life without you, an empty mile.
I won't beg for a helping hand,
I stand tall, by your side I'll stand.
Keep me in memory if you may,
While roads ahead lead me astray.
From your heaven too far and wide,
What secrets in your eyes reside?
Today the disguise of memories fell,
Pushed by another's force, I can tell.
Now my path I gather and face,
Traces of our journey, I embrace.
In the distance, my road does unfold,
I walk it alone, with stories untold.
Now I just want to wind up my path
I just want to wind up my path.
This article is written and submitted to The E Today by Pujya Gurudev Shree Mokshsundar Saheb. We thank Gurudev for his blessings, research and analysis and hope to see the awareness about life and peace being spread ahead to larger mass of our citizens. Also, we would like to thank Hiral Shah, the Chief Editor of The E Today for bringing in such wonderful personalities who can guide us on every path of life.