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Gut-Instinct and Intuition- Our Best Friend- Rhyming Poem

Updated on July 28, 2017
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Short Stories and poems with deeper meaning than what is visibly seen on the surface. Enjoy!

Freedom from Inner-Conflict

Well-deserving

of our respect

and amiable

submission.

is our ever-

loyal, and

dedicated

intuition!

John Lennon - Intuition

Gut-Instinct

Our intuition is our best friend; trouble can be avoided, or even better managed, if we heed the warning signals of that inner-tug...that inner-friction. It will keep nudging at our insides until we stop, and take inventory of what might be the cause of this incredibly significant stirring within our gut.

Cognitive Dissonance


From

the deep,

arises that

familiar

inner-

friction,


Well known

as,

Dissonance

of Cognition;


Resulting,

perhaps,

from our lack

of amiable

submission,


In

bequeathing

not

dutiful

recognition,


(Which we

consider

to be an

imposition,


Despite

that

tugging

inner-

affliction),


In respect

to the

tireless

requisition,


And,

unwavering,

relentless

petition,


In

considering

it a sober

mission,


To the

giving

of an

apprised

inquisition,


To that

of our

ever-

deserving,

intuition!



Tamara Yancosky Moore


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      Tamara Yancosky 3 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Debangee,

      I am so delighted that you liked this post so well, and I am very glad that you stopped by. It's always lovely to see you!

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      DEBANGEE MANDAL 3 weeks ago from India

      Very enjoyable and fascinating. It says a lot about 'intuition', which is both vague and clear. Most captivating part of the hub are the pictures at the end. It depicts freedom and exemption from the suffocating world. I simply loved it.

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      Tamara Yancosky 5 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Well, thank you so much, Nadine. Well, thank you so much, Nadine. (lol; just having a bit of fun :-) Your comment means a great amount to me, and I am so happy for your visit, and your ever kind words. You are very sweet.

      Hugs,

      Tamara

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      Nadine May 5 weeks ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      You do have a way with words and I loved your photos You do have a way with words and I loved your photos about horses running free.

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      Tamara Yancosky 5 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Awwe, thank you, Mamerto. I am very humbled at such a generous compliment. Thank you, dearly.

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      Mamerto I Relativo Jr 5 weeks ago from Cabuyao

      Wow, I could write a fiction but I'm no poet. This is amazing!

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      Tamara Yancosky 5 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Thank you, Ms. Dora :-) I appreciate your sweet comment very much!

      Hugs,

      Tamara

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 5 weeks ago from The Caribbean

      Tamara, you're really good at bring across these important messages in poetry. Very effective!

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      Tamara Yancosky 5 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      This is a highly intelligent comment by you, Hari, and one that I very much appreciate! Thank you!

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      Hari Prasad S 5 weeks ago from Bangalore

      Awesome lines. Classy.

      We all have a great sixth sense which is a combination of basic senses and our intellect as the six sense, It keeps improving as we experience life. Intuition is the improvisation of our sixth sense.

      Do read my poem on similar lines.

      https://hubpages.com/literature/Evening-to-night

      - Hari

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      Tamara Yancosky 5 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Good thoughts, Jay! I have always been fascinated by the dreams I dream, and I find that when I concentrate on remembering them, that I begin to get in the habit of remembering each one. Mhmm, this was an unusual thing for this preacher to say! I enjoy simplicity, myself, and get overwhelmed with anything other than simplicity.

      Hugs,

      Tamara xxx

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      Jay C OBrien 6 weeks ago from Houston, TX USA

      Good poem.

      I once had preacher tell me I had to have cognitive dissonance in my religion. Hmmm, I think there was something wrong with his theology. If you tell inconsistent stories, it is called a lie. I believe in simplicity and consistency.

      Intuition comes from our feelings, our right brain. Keep a dream log and analyze your dreams for a barometer of your emotional health.

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      Tamara Yancosky 6 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      LOL...well, thank you John! Excellent about your 50% reliability of intuition (lol), and I'm hoping that semi runs out of engine oil, soon! Ha ha.... So glad you stopped by :-)

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      Tamara Yancosky 6 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      I think so, too, and this might be the reason why it's so reliable in that it is not dependent on our present emotions, or are reasoning skills; it is sensitive to something much deeper!

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      FlourishAnyway 6 weeks ago from USA

      I think of intuition as something we have processed on a different perhaps deeper level.

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      John Hansen 6 weeks ago from Queensland Australia

      Tamara, glad you gained control of that semi that was messing up your words and came up with this great piece of poetry. I love my intuition, it is right 50% ofnthe time :)

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      Tamara Yancosky 6 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Ahhh, thank you Galaxy! Perhaps a bit of suspicion is a very healthy concept to condition, especially in such a darkish, loonisized (fancy for "Loony") world. I think paranoia is justified, and though too much of anything is not healthy, it is safer than being too trusting. I believe you know what I mean as we seem to have many common traits, evident in your own wonderful writing. I think I am, now, bordering into a significant rambling episode. Yes, I will stop. Now. For sure. (LOL...just playing).

      Hugs,

      Tamara

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      Tamara Yancosky 6 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Well, thank you for your lovely support, Bill! I am glad you like it; coming from you, this means a lot to me. Yes, I have learned to count on my intuition, and give to it my well-deserved recognition.

      Hugs!

      Tamara

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      Bill Holland 6 weeks ago from Olympia, WA

      You just wrote this this morning? It would take me days to write a poem...seriously. Anyway, very clever...very enjoyable...and I trust my intuition implicitly and always will. There is much to be said for those powers of the mind and body which are not readily labeled or recognized.

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      GalaxyRat 6 weeks ago from The Crazy Rat Lady's House

      I loved this. But, I always have a suspicion of people. Shady people, waiters that talk for too long... I'm paranoid. I loved this tho! Good job!

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      Tamara Yancosky 6 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Our intuition is a reliable 'knowing without uncertainty' inner-tug that doesn't let up. It is not a vague suspicion, or even a questionable premonition, in itself. Rather, it is a certainty (though we might not be able to put our finger directly on what is the actual factor which is stirring our intuition, it still is a definite knowing, beyond doubt, that something is off, or just not right). We need to believe in this inner-friction, our intuition, and look into it immediately.