Let it unravel …

I just recently started using images on my blog. This photo from a personal trip led me to revisit this poem from about a year ago. As if they belonged together πŸ™‚ While it would be a repeat to some of my blogger friends, I gave in to the strong temptation of a reblog of this poem with it’s new-found image. Look forward to having your thoughts πŸ™‚

Infinite Living

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Elusive illusion
Desolate delusion

Overthinked opinions
Painful ponderance

Evergrown emotion
Sullen stupefaction

Managing memories
Feeling felt-sense

Blocked blight-head
Heavy heartache

Perpetually present
Adamant attachment

Sneakingly seething
Desired detachment

Tired tenacity
Silent sanity

Lingered longing
Lifetime’s lugging

Dissatisfied destiny
Emerging epiphany

Liquefying lament
Braving boredom

Releasing resistance
Teasing tangles

Identified intention
Trickled tune-in

Soothing simplicity
Soul seeking

Benign being
Breathing n Being

Rising resourceful
Juicy joyful

Wakened wisdom
Amazing alignment

Mindful miracle
Iterant infinitum

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50 thoughts on “Let it unravel …

    • Thank you so much for appreciating the photo and the poem together πŸ™‚ It is like I am pulled into the space of the poem all over again because of the photo.
      You are right in seeing 2 different sides. They are 2 sides of us …we get stuck on one side sometimes. It is up to us to skilfully flip our way of being using intention.

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  1. the photo looks very attractive with the beautiful blue of the endless wide. The fog gives the picture something mysterious So I’ve also understood the poem … it is difficult with the translation but it can be seen that it is about different perspectives. Very deep-thinking and wonderfully poetic!

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    • Thank you for saying that. I kept writing mostly because something wouldn’t stop from flowing from within me. Didn’t really plan for the blog or how it should be. Now finally found the space and inspiration to pair my posts with pictures.

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  2. Oh my you have been busy since my last visit Pragalbha.. And your image is beautiful
    You are so clever with words
    “Dissatisfied destiny
    Emerging epiphany
    Liquefying lament
    Braving boredom” πŸ™‚
    Wonderful poem.. πŸ™‚

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  3. I could read these words 100 times and they would not become boring. ItΒ΄hard to chose a favorit, but I think it would be: “Evergrown emotion Sullen stupefaction” and of course the end…: ) ItΒ΄s just complete!

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