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Swirl like a Wave...

Updated on November 8, 2014

Swirl like a Wave...

Swirl like a wave..

If you are a wave,

swirl around,spread out,

flow in the direction

you've chosen.

Soon you'll

be .....a big wave...

moving ahead...

If don't found

any path to flow

remember....

the wave either returns

or dies..



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      Gadfly 8 months ago from Olde London Towne

      Neelam undoubtedly has the perception of a 'higher being' with this thought provoking passage. She clearly has a destiny to fulfill.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 11 months ago from London England

      I thought i'd return to this particular hub as i regard 'Swirl like a wave' as a vital part of the life process. This article is extremely well presented and with the decorative framed box is a focal point

      worth contemplating.

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      Ian Stuart. Robertson 13 months ago

      Is it actually two years since this illuminating

      poetry was versed? I intended to learn the

      passage'by heart', apparently my intuition

      cannot compere with it's brilliance.

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      Gadfly 13 months ago from Olde London Towne

      This truely is the writings of a highly astute woman

      with wisdom interspersed with irony.

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      Gadfly 18 months ago from Olde London Towne

      Greetings one and all!

      Lantokey (correct spelling lantokay) is not my actual name but actually the hub name i comment on. It means 'sacred grove'. I've been contemplating the 'infinate' lately and conclude that the 'cosmic void' does also swirl like a wave.

      Bless.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 2 years ago from London England

      'You can not stop the waves,but you can learn to surf.'

      Author ; unknown.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 2 years ago from London England

      Recently as i was on the river side embankment i couldn't help but notice the waves fighting each other. This was due to the force of water coming down stream meeting opposition with the incoming tides. This created a swell effect and particularly prevalent around bridge pylons. This reminded me of Neelema's poem so i have added it to the comments.

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      Neelam Chaudhary 2 years ago from INDIA

      Thanks for feeling association with natural and substantial inherent fragments of human life.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 2 years ago from London England

      ERROR: FOR THE WORD acetic READ 'ASCETIC' meaning the ability of self denial and rejection of material comforts in the world. English language word derived from the Greek for exercise or discipline.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 2 years ago from London England

      The decision to become an 'acetic' was made after i attended a consultation with a renowned psychic medium who cheated me out of £2000. I then visited a more reputable clairvoyant only charging me £50 and she told me that it was in my 'karma' and that i was basically good but there was a vast room for improvement. So, i have come to be able to nudge past traumatic 'recall' from my mind and only visualise nice things happening. On the poem 'Swirl like a wave' which i've read over again numerous times but yet to memorise by heart. I am a tiny particle of grit (my personna) being tossed about by a deluge (the cosmos) i hold no fear at all!

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 2 years ago from London England

      This hub is the focal point for my transformation into the personna that i really am. Daily devotionals and affirmations ar all part of my regular routine. Are we open to more comment?

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 2 years ago from London England

      Always coming to this poem for some inspirational thought.

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      Gadfly 3 years ago from Olde London Towne

      Gadfly here. I too found this piece very illuminating, so inspiring that i have committed to memory so that i can reflect on it's wisdom during any idle moment that comes to me. Neelema has great potential in esoteric thinking and i wish her well.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 3 years ago from London England

      Water could be a metaphor for 'cosmic consciousness'.

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      Neelam Chaudhary 3 years ago from INDIA

      Thanks.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 3 years ago from London England

      Such simplicity in the poem 'Swirl like a wave' evokes such a powerful imagery in the mind. After reading several times over i conjure up the vast ocean itself teeming with life from massive creatures to minute organisms. The poet is blessed with an astute and philosophical stance toward human values.

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      Ian Stuart Robertson 3 years ago from London England

      At the turn of the 19th/20th century many European adventurers journeyed to central Asia to seek 'mysticism' some for many years. On their return they were able to write of their experiences and form esoteric societies or advance scientific theories including method acting in theatre. The Hindu cultures had been practising these for thousands of years. Welcome to the Hub!

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