The Breath of The Ocean Beckons Me. A Sonnet, Dedicated to Sujaya Venkatesh for Your Radiant Words.

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Silence embraces me, as I rescind into the evening tide.

My flame-waves dance into the Heart of the horizon,

As the Earth replenishes my longing.

Rejuvenated, I prepare for tomorrow’s virgin sunrise,

As new beginning’s smile upon my brow.


I go forth into another dawn, set sail,

As the Boatman steadies my mast.

Storms of struggle loom large before me,

And my bow becomes heavily turbulent.


The Breath of the Ocean beckons me,

As I float on the crest of vicissitudes anew.

Dauntlessly surfing the tsunami waves,

I mimic an augmented Light,

Shining brilliantly, in the splendid mansion of the Soul.


-Manatita, The Lantern Carrier. Copyrighted, 3rd October, 2015.


~ Awakening The Inner Light ~

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Surabhi Kaura 11 months ago from Toronto, Canada

Beautiful poetry. It's soothing to read. Well written!


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

Surabhi, welcome! Good to see you!

You're quite quick! Since you're the first, this gives me time to look you up. So happy that you are here. My appreciations for your kind and loving contributions.


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whonunuwho 11 months ago from United States

I enjoyed your choice of descriptive words my friend. Well done and well received. whonu


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MsDora 11 months ago from The Caribbean

You match Sujaya's radiant words beautifully and effectively. "Virgin sunrise" is my take away from this one.


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

Thank you, Whonu. Much appreciated.

Ms Dora, Good morning! It is a beautiful Monday. I will put another poem up very soon - post breakfast - to reflect this.

Yes, she's good, isn't she? My salutations to your loving heart and life of beauty.


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always exploring 11 months ago from Southern Illinois

I love this. The sea always gives me a feeling of peace. Beautiful!


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

So glad to know this, Ruby. Me too. I swam far out when I was a teenager. Too scared now. He he. Much appreciation and much Love, Ruby. Peace.


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B Brian Hill 11 months ago from Long Island, New York

There is nothing better than the images of the sea to generate the emotion of renewal. You have done it here in a very original way, arousing the spirit!


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

Too true, Brian. Yes I have. So glad that you appreciate this.

Thank you for stopping by: for your wonderful contribution. Peace.


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Gypsy Rose Lee 11 months ago from Riga, Latvia

Such wonderful poetry and most deserving for Sujaya who is another passionate poet.


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

Yes, Gypsy. That's true.

Thanks as always for your loving support.


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bravewarrior 11 months ago from Central Florida

Manatita, you describe the turbulence life often brings and the calming effect reflection, exploration, and faith can quiet the rough tides.

Beautifully said!


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

Yes, my Sweet. I actually thought of you, as through no conscious decision of my own, I'm actually using Rivers, sea and boats these days. Someone said that I liked 'lights.' Well, that is also true.

Your contribution is invaluable as always. Thank you so much, Shauna.


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aviannovice 11 months ago from Stillwater, OK

Excellent. It reminded me of the days of home, when I would wander to the shore, and wonder why I could not be out there, too.


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manatita44 11 months ago from london Author

Yes, the sea is so calming, so beautiful! I like your memories. Much Love, Deb.

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