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Dancing Within The Sweet Infinitude of The Soul. A Sonnet.

Updated on June 20, 2016
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Come! Come! My Solace; my Healer!

No more of this struggle:

These ups and downs; joys and sorrows;

Pleasure and pain … no more duality.

Like a lost wayfarer have I stumbled,

In this veil of darkness, seeking out Thy flame.

Today the cute silhouette of Thy luminous Form beckons me,

To the Gateways of the Great Unknown.

Come! O Lover! Let us soar high, higher, highest,

Kissing Eternity in a drunken daze;

Welcoming the virgin birth of a trillion flares,

Flooding our core with their effulgence.

Here we shall bask in the joys of Paradise;

Dancing within the sweet infinitude of the Soul.


Manatita, The Lantern Carrier. ©Copyrighted 4th June, 2016.


~ Awakening The Inner Light ~

Namaste

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      Eric Dierker 7 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Such an easy feeling you portray. Somehow in reading we were not about struggle.

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      Ha ha, Even the struggle has its sweetness, but this - as you can appreciate - goes beyond struggle. Much Peace, this Sunday, my brother.

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      Surabhi Kaura 7 months ago from Toronto, Canada

      Sometimes singing an inspirational song is enough to overcome the trials and tribulations, and so is the very nature of this poetry. Cobbled footpaths and smooth footpaths are both inevitable for the traveller to taste the joy of an aesthetic journey. That is the crux of life. Beautifully narrated the beauty of struggle. Superb!

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      Brother, your words carry so much beauty that I read the poem once more. Funny, the first few lines reminded me of your early struggle.

      As they say, there's always a light at the end of the tunnel. Isn't this beautiful? Gratitude Bill. Much.

      Surabhi, wonderful! You understand beautifully. Gratitude plus ...

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      Venkatachari M 7 months ago from Hyderabad, India

      Beautiful sonnet. Enjoyed the sweet infinitude of the soul going through your sonnet.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 7 months ago from Southern Illinois

      Beautiful!!! A struggle into the light. Wonderful indeed...

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      Great comment, Ruby! Appreciated.

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      Frank Atanacio 7 months ago from Shelton

      love the softness and gentle words here manaittia

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      Yes, Frank. Ended softly; sweetly and gently like a feather floating onto a cushy warm bed. For me quite a lofty piece. Will do it tonight, inshal'lah, at Poetry Cafe. Om Shanti! (Peace)

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 7 months ago from Riga, Latvia

      Most creative and wonderful poetry. Nice thoughts of going through darkness into divine and bright light.

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      Thank you for a great comment, Gypsy.

    • Deb Hirt 7 months ago

      The beauty of it all is that there are SO many gateways to find joy and simple peace.

    • Siddharth Kapoor 7 months ago

      Epic lines here...... struggles of life. So important.

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      Yes, yes, Deb. If only we look for them. Much Love, my Friend.

      Siddarth, yes, a true and essential part of this divine Lila or game. Much Love.

    • Bill 7 months ago

      These tributes are always a joy to read. One quality human writing about another quality human...what could be better?

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      manatita44 7 months ago from london

      True, and inspirational to, to support your comment here. Much Love, Bill. Much ...

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