All Dogri Sonnets
Self-same stream of life, in everything
Which runs, is running in my throbbing veins,
And self same song which gods in heaven sing,
Is what, on which, entire nature learns,
An extra electron, put in mercury
Can alter it to purest solid gold,
And like wise truly and mysteriously,
A simple act of loving can enfold,
The vastness of the nature in its core,
To-make the hardened hearts meek and mellow.
The wonders of this nature are galore,
Which turn the silver mercury to yellow,
And everything is same, same remains,
Except ,of course, the pattern , it contains.