YOU LIVE IN THE DEPTH OF MY HEART

Dilip Bangthai


Gazing so close to your eyes, telling
Let me continue only loving you;
That there shouldn’t be an end
Of this moment, this spirit and
The ever glowing will of this life.

Don’t madden me, please
Asking things at dawn and dusk’
You live in the depth of my heart
As soft sunlight of the morning
As fresh fragrance of Jasmine’
So, let me continue only loving you,
Loving you, only loving you.

You live in the depth of my heart
As words, as music, as friend
As smile, as tears or as feelings
As blood, promise and strength.
You live in the depth of my heart
As dream or as real - alive,
As truth - the trails of time,
As the past, as the rising Sun always
You’re the power of journey of my life,
As the power of life’
You live in the depth of my heart.
That there shouldn’t be an end
Of this moment, this spirit and
The ever glowing will of this life.
You live in the depth of my heart
So, let me continue loving you,
Loving you, loving you, only loving you.


About the author: Music can make us feel better, poetry gives us a way of knowing insight and information can lead our life properly forever and “Sharing knowledge is achieving immorality.”

He works in an Indian PSE engaged in exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas and states as the Founder of dimorianreview.com which is an academic and voluntary initiative as a peer reviewed multidisciplinary international indexed e-journal. However, he likes to share the credit with his friend, Dr Lokesh Boro, as co-founder for his dedication in shaping the e-journal with academic importance. As the honorary co-editor he acknowledges with thanks especially to respected Er Bibekananda Choudhury for his proactive support and guidance as honorary advisor. He also expresses gratitude to all well-wishers, scholars, contributors for their unconditional association in the journey related to the e-journal.

He hails from Dimoria, outskirt of Guwahati city towards East, where the range of ‘Dhowmara’ hill stands with green stillness, where rivers like Digaru and Kolong flow, where the Devi Durga is worshipped in pure Vedic and Royal fervour only at the Kamakhya Dewalaya, Khetri - one of the 51 Peeths of Sati, abode of humble villagers with fascinating ethnic values like existence of ancient Barter trade still practised during Parsali Mela (like Jonbeel Mela in Morigaon district) under the aegis of the King of Dimoria and community fishing at beels like Jalisora, Parsali, Bomani, etc and where exists a unique kind of folk songs and dance form, i.e., ‘Lalilang'. Lalilang is an innate ethnic anatomy of Dimoria. The area is attached to Mayong (Once considered the cradle of black magic in India) and the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary. All the above aspects always offer him to live one more life on the earth. [Read More]

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