Rudra Nua is a controversial figure in the field of the poetry of self-realisation. Many see him as 'the root of all vegetables' while others recognise him as the one they might see in the shaving mirror or sitting opposite them at the dinner table.
Thursday 5 April 2007
Mortality and Majesty
Rudra steps into the big silver bird, swapping the smell of frangipani for toilet duck. Seated above the clouds he contemplates fragility and majesty. Being Rudra he makes no comparisons, but mutters under his breath 'give me majesty'.