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Deep Within The Resplendent Fire of The Soul, A Sonnet.

Updated on March 07, 2017
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With Lots of Love

I lie cuddled on Your bosom,

As Your melliferous nectar satisfies my thirst,

Thus quenching an insatiable longing in my core.

My Love for You is now void of forgetfulness,

And my living breath becomes suspended,

In the sweet, sweeter, sweetest possible way.


O Beloved! Why do you burn this Heart,

With a melody of celestial drums

Resounding in its rhythm?

This sanguine blood rushes – an intra-arterial hue –

Flowing into the virginity of a new horizon.

Our ecstatic Love ascends, into a pinnacle of firmaments,

As we submerge ourselves in molten sweetness,

Deep within the resplendent fire of the Soul. – Manatita.


Copyrighted 9th January, 2016. By The Lantern Carrier.

~ Awakening The Inner Light ~

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      Word 14 months ago from Chicago

      What loving words to a strong meaning. Great poem and sonnet to an extraordinary, young lady. Manitita, you've done it again. Be blessed my brother!

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      Shaloo Walia 14 months ago

      A lovely tribute to sweer Surabhi. Your poems remind me of Rumi.

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      Venkatachari M 14 months ago from Hyderabad, India

      Awesome lines with beautiful narration of the divine fire of soul. Nice tribute to our dear Surabhi.

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      Surabhi Kaura 14 months ago

      Aww – how loving… how sweet! Today I’ve taken an oath that this union remains supernal and eternal. Motherly love is Divine, and it is expressed in the most sublime way in your first stanza. The second one is of course for me, and I love it. I got goose bumps on my arms as I read this marvellous Sonnet. Such a beauteous bond expressed in your mystical masterpiece. Let me cuddle you tight, my dearest friend.

      Just a simple verse…

      “Where will I find so much love in one life time?

      I must take many births, again and again;

      No matter how tumultuous the path may seem,

      No matter how scorching the flame may feel,

      I will find my Beloved.” - Surabhi

      “This sanguine blood rushes – an intra-arterial hue –

      Flowing into the virginity of a new horizon….” – Manatita.

      You are a weaver of words… a true weaver. God Almighty has graced you with so much opulence of wisdom. Treasure it, darling. Lots and lots of Love. Stay blessed.

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      Hari Prasad S 14 months ago from Bangalore

      Manatita,

      Excellent poetry.

      Loved its flamboyancy,

      Dedicated to our poetess surabhi,

      Is worthy. :-)

      - hari

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Thank you, Hari.

      You're a great fan. Appreciated!

      Surabhi,

      What can I say? You express yourself so eloquently, so immaculately and with so much Love. Much kudos for quoting me and the ever-illumining spontaneous poetry. Love you, too.

      Venkatachi M,

      Another loving hubber. Thank you so much and have a great evening. Much Love!

      Shaloo, thank you. He is a great favourite of mines.

      Al, bro I am always happy when you come here. A beautiful Spirit and a loving Soul, you are. Gratitude ...much.

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Love, Hari. Much Peace.

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      Shauna L Bowling 14 months ago from Central Florida

      I don't know how you do it, Manatita. Each sonnet is exquisite and speaks to the soul. You're a very talented poet.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 14 months ago from Southern Illinois

      Beautiful. Your poetry concerning love is magnificent indeed.

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      I thank you so much, Shauna.

      Your contributions are very loving and heartfelt.

      I do it by my life of prayer and meditations; my longing for the Divine; by claiming nothing and accepting that God is 100% the Doer. I am a mere instrument of His.

      A more mundane answer is that I was reading ardently as a child, writing short stories and poems and English grammar was one of my two favourite subjects. The other is mental arithmetic. Again, much later, I was and still is heavily influenced by my Spiritual Teacher Sri Chinmoy.

      For me, Love is the Greatest Law. There is no other Joy than in service to the Divine through His Creation -- man, woman, beasts, plants, nature's beauty ...so much more. I feel that I cannot serve God unless I serve my fellow brothers and sisters: mankind. This is my understanding of my Guru's teachings.

      You show a fine understanding of the Spirit, that is why you understand my poems so well. Again, I try to not be 'preachy' to simply put it into the ether; the energy. After all, my purpose is to Love.

      Long answer, my Sweet. You have not done anything wrong. I am simply taking your sweet compliment, as an opportunity to serve. Have a great weekend!

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Sorry Ruby,

      I hate losing my long answers. I got timed out, I believe. So what was I saying? I believed I said that you are another dear Friend of mines, and I really appreciate your continued support and fine sentiments.

      I wrote some lovely pieces on Love but I won't remember them now. I said that Love is the yearning of the One for the One; the very pulse of life and that those who know, say that it is a 'temporary 'hidden' but peerless Treasure. Apparently, when we find it, the Joy becomes so unparalleled, that we cannot speak and become lost in the Bliss of the Infinite. 'Cool' eh? (smile)

      I acknowledged you as a colleague, said that I am sick, at home for one more month, but wishing that I was able to put my feet up like you and 'chill' Haha.

      Finally, I touched on writing and asked if you knew of a cure for painful fingers. Much Love, Ruby.

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      Surabhi Kaura 14 months ago

      A spiritual touch in the second stanza. Nice :)

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      Frank Atanacio 14 months ago from Shelton

      this was amazing manatita.. simply amazing..loved it.. and your dedications I know are indeed heart felt :)

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Yes, my Friend. Every one of them. Thank you for your kind and loving sentiment. Your Flash Fiction are the best! Keep it up! Much Love.

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      vasantha T k 14 months ago from Bangalore

      Amazing melody of sweet words to Surabhi. !!Well-done manatita!!

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Thank; thank you, my Dear Friend. You're very kind. Gratitude ...much!

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      Deb Hirt 14 months ago from Stillwater, OK

      Wonderful work. You have said so much in so few words.

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Thank you so much, my Dear friend Deb. Love to the birds also. Stay blessed!

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 14 months ago from Riga, Latvia

      A lovely tribute full of wonderful poetic words, rhythm, color and music.

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      manatita44 14 months ago from london

      Thank you so much Rasma. I wish you a pleasant and peaceful weekend. Much Love.

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