I Rise to The Magic of Myriad Sonatas Singing in My Soul. A Sonnet Dedication, to Reynold Jay.

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I Rise To The Magic of Myriad Sonatas Singing in My Soul


Beauty always lends itself to my enchantments.

With tearful eyes, some days I'm filled to the brim.

This Heart transports life’s energies,

Like raindrops from Heaven.

I evoke memories of a distant past,

When all was peerless, timeless and immortal.

My Beloved is playing His ceaseless,

Birthless and Eternal game,

And I sit on His bosom in this Vision.

I was once weighed down by many chasms,

But I now rise to the starlit hue of Autumn.

I rise to the Light of Heaven;

I rise to the beacons at the Gates of Paradise;

I rise to the magic of myriad sonatas, singing in my Soul.


-Manatita, The Lantern Carrier. ©Copyrighted. November 14th, 2015.

~ Awakening The Inner Light ~

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pstraubie48 12 months ago from sunny Florida

Aaahh "I rise to the Light of Heaven..." that says it all, Manatita...what a beautifully expressed sharing this is....

Angels are on the way to you this evening ps

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word55 12 months ago from Chicago

You are non-stop manitita. Jay deserves such tastefulness (being from my neck of the woods). I continue to be lifted by this sonata as well. This was great for such a profound writer/contributor to Hub Pages.


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Venkatachari M 12 months ago from Hyderabad, India

Beautiful weaving of words and thoughts. Wonderful poetry. Enjoyed the magic of sonatas singing in soul. It is a wonderful experience.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

My Dear Patricia,

I thank you! Yes, cool, isn't it, this phrase. It's so real in our lives. My Gratitude for your love and endless angels.

Al, you also have one. It's called "words." Written just before this one, I think. Always a joy and Gratitude to see you, Bro.

Chicago, eh? I might have told you, we gave a big Concert there in 1993. It was the 100th Centenary of the Parliament of World Religions, which I did attend. My best wishes to you and wishing you God's Love, as always.


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Vellur 12 months ago from Dubai

Beautifully penned, enjoyed reading.


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billybuc 12 months ago from Olympia, WA

How do you do this? It would take me a week to crank out a poem and then it would be infantile. You do this daily and they are all beautiful.

Blessings to you...and Reynold Jay...good men both.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Ha ha ha, Bill.

I do not have an extremely beautiful and loving wife, and I do not know that I'm as regular and organised as you, Bro. I cannot do gardening, and my handicrafts skills leaves a lot to be desired. He he.

So you see, the Divine always compensates. (chuckle, chuckle) Love you, Bro.

Vellur, I thank you. Why don't you tell us or even me about Dubai? I know that a new Sikh Temple went up there about a year ago. Interesting progress. Very happy that you visit my Hubs, and I thank you very much. In Love and Light.


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Surabhi Kaura 12 months ago from Toronto, Canada

Wow! Manatita! How did you write so beautifully? Immaculately splendid! I’m proud of you.

Yep, failures are like cobbled roads. It is wise to consider ‘failure’ a temporary defeat rather than a permanent stigma. Your very first line signals an inspiration, ‘I Rise to the Magic of Myriad Sonatas Singing in My Soul’ – quite a spontaneous way of bringing out the zeal and potential hidden in our weaknesses as humans. It’s commendable how you use ‘Beloved’ in an esoteric way to cite God. Yes, indeed the Lord does play His ceaseless, Birthless and Eternal game. I’d say the Lord then leaves a flame inside us to rekindle the fire when failure strikes.

You know, it’s like this – the waves which swept away the castles of sand, remind us to come out of the dreams, to come out of the materialistic world; the illusionary galaxy, and just focus on touching the very zenith of reality which the God Almighty has given.

This is a very wonderful sonnet on overcoming defeat(s). There is always a sunrise after a dark night. Very uplifting Sonnet, Manatita. Bravo! Cheers!


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Wow! Again! he he. Such beauty in your sublime compliments. I'm flattered! Now I definitely owe you an ice cream (tease, tease)

............guess?


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Surabhi Kaura 12 months ago from Toronto, Canada

Ha ha ha! Let's have it then! I like Mango flavour.


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swalia 12 months ago

This is something I really needed to hear at the moment. Defeat is temporary but losing hope is what makes it permanent. I thank you for this beautiful reminder!


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Hi Swalia.

Yes, for some reason you had entered my thoughts. Hope all is well. Much Love to you, Dear Swalia. Gratitude ...much.


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Nadine May 12 months ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

What a lovely poem on a very profound topic. Thank goodness that defeat is not in my vocabulary.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

So happy to hear, nadine. Good on you! Much gratitude and much Love.


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MsDora 12 months ago from The Caribbean

Will follow your lead and rise. Noble message.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Thank you so much, my Friend. You seem to have a little more time. Is all good? Much Love.


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aviannovice 12 months ago from Stillwater, OK

Just keep rising. You have certainly risen to this task and done well for it.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

Thank you Deb, sweet thing to say. I hear that Mary Hyatt is not well. Let us remember her in our prayers. Much Love.


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Reynold Jay 12 months ago from Saginaw, Michigan

Hi Manatita--Gosh, what an honor to have all this acclaim heaped upon me. I'm happy you wrote me today as I had no idea of this. I could very well be a heavenly message to get "Lean against the Wind" re-launched in February with a new cover that features new art--an angel now adorns the cover. Find the new cover here-- http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005110BC0?*Versi...

In that the main character is an angel, it was a slam dunk! I found the art at fine arts America where I have a lot of art friends and Rosalie Scanlon was a sweetheart to help out. If you know anyone who might read it and become a lifelong friend, I'd be happy to set them up.

Thank you for this honor. I must say that no one has ever written a poem and dedicated it to me!!!

Thank you.


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manatita44 12 months ago from london Author

And I thank you also, Reynold. So happy that you finally graced this page.

I have visited your artistic looking book. Excellent cover! Should do well and so best wishes with the launch. It may help to put a preview on HubPages, highlighting the cover at the same time.

No, I do not know anyone right now. Merry Christmas and much Love.

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