Autumn in Dilsberg. To My Brother Rabadi from NY. A Loving Dedication.

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The trail emanates a glint of hue,

As the Light of Heaven,

Shimmers on the Autumnal leaves.

Arm in arm we walk lingeringly,

As the chilled air sucks into our breath.

Birds chirp merrily, reminding me,

Of the melody of nightingales.

Dusk approaches, and the colours of the sun,

Mesmerises our hearts with their beauty.

Bounding with longing, we pause,

And she gives me a lover’s kiss.

Here in this timeless moment,

I feel her need and reciprocate the emotion.


Enthralled and charmed

By the cosmic colours of the Sun,

The firmament radiates in rapture.

Behind the mystic mist and mountain foliage,

A thin white streak, jets across the silvery clouds.

Way below the peaks of Dilsburg,

The metallic sound of a moving train diminishes.


We stop in motion,

Spellbound and captivated,

Meditating upon a sun now crimson red,

Slowly receding into the skyline.

We stand transfixed, and our Spirits stir,

As we kneel in reverence,

To the glory of this autumnal eve.

-Manatita, The Lantern Carrier. Copyrighted, 1st November, 2015.

~ Awakening The Inner Light ~

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bravewarrior 13 months ago from Central Florida

I love the in-the-moment feel of this dedication, Manatita. The human experience and reaction to our surroundings are quite moving.


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manatita44 13 months ago from london Author

Yes, I was there! he he. I usually use the intuition and imagery. Not this time. Thank you so much, my Dear Friend. I wish you a great Sunday evening.


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Surabhi Kaura 13 months ago from Toronto, Canada

This was enchanting, no, truly. Thank you for writing this magnificent poetry, Manatita. Each and every word is woven with bliss. Om Shanti!


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manatita44 13 months ago from london Author

Much Gratitude. Most profound gratitude ...much, my Dear Surabhi. Stay blessed.


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emge 13 months ago from Abu Dhabi

Lovely and poignent poem


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Reynold Jay 13 months ago from Saginaw, Michigan

Lovely in every way.


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manatita44 13 months ago from london Author

Hello emge. Welcome and thank you so much. On Love and Light.

Reynold, I thank you, Bro. Have a great Monday!!


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vocalcoach 12 months ago from Nashville Tn.

The combination of your lovely poetry along with beautiful images is the perfect setting for the reader's interpretation. I love this!


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Thank you, Audrey.

This time I was right there in Dilsberg. I just needed a camera. It was so beautiful! My gratitude to you for your fine sentiment expressed here. In Love and Light.


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Gypsy Rose Lee 12 months ago from Riga, Latvia

A wonderful dedication, lovely poetry and imagery.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Again I thank you, Raisma, for gracing this Page. Your fine sentiments are much appreciated. Much ..


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Nellieanna 2 months ago from TEXAS

A lovely poem and presentation. As you always do, you've brought together gorgeous illustrations and music to highlight your poetry. I love this Rumi quote: "As you start to walk out on the way, the way appears. " I so fully know that.

I was scrolling through your hubs, hoping to find the one about Pujaloy. But this one caught my attention, since you’ve mentioned Autumn in Dilsberg and how lovely it is. I'm drawn to these places now. And here in your poem is that train down below the peaks. It must be symbolic.

How perfect! The beautiful music just finished as I'm finishing this! :)


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manatita44 2 months ago from london Author

Well, I told you I was there, my Sweet, and I note that I did give the train its correct sound: 'metallic.' It was a real train. The poem is as I saw it. I took the pics from the internet, naturally. Excellent but not sublime. The real deal was sublime! Let me look for the Pujaloy poem for you. Parts of it is as sacred as the place.

Thank you so much. I have time now as I did not go to poetry. So I will look at the music I saved which you loved so much. Much Gratitude, Nellieanna. Much ...

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