Drop-dead

Zipping my lips softly after sipping my warm cup of coffee
Closing my eyes gently to feel the different energies in my body
Smelling the scents mindfully to find the right sense of spirituality

Following my instinct while I walk on my ground with thoughts bare naked
Surrendering to the surroundings full of doubtful dots & weakened bridges
Letting myself to let loose different shades on the surface of delicate red petals & thorny edges

Everything changes instantly into this beautiful universe from the perforated form of my pinching topshelf
The ripples in my tubular vessel start dancing when I cast the stone while I slide sideways
The vibrations of this vibrant reality is multiplied when I see these pictures from the sound of my heart beat

I keep on rising up to raise my bars to unlock myself from my inner locked cage
I fall freely on the heavy grounds, as if I’m trapped inside those tiny droplets
I feel like a raindrop, that gives life when it bursts & dissolves in the ground, it’s simply drop-dead

NAVIN’S POEMS © 2020

25 thoughts on “Drop-dead

  1. “Zipping my lips softly after sipping my warm cup of coffee
    Closing my eyes gently to feel the different energies in my body
    Smelling the scents mindfully to find the right sense of spirituality”

    Your words are gorgeous. They hit with the wild beauty of an hurricane. In this poem – while the words remain utterly gorgeous – there is another side of you. “Closing my eyes gently to feel the different energies in my body.” You are the totality of those energies. You are the one energy; the beauty of the One-ness. This is what this poem is about. You captured the beauty of the One who is everything. You are phenomenal Navin!

    “The vibrations of this vibrant reality is multiplied when I see these pictures from the sound of my heart beat.” Your heart beats are a multitude. And the multitude is one. This poem is another masterpiece. It is a breathtaking expression of the Indian metaphysical thought. It could be that you were influenced by other similar thoughts. I have no way of knowing. All I know is that you have my heart Navin.
    xoxoxo

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, dear G…It warms my heart to read each & every single word of yours…and I’ve read them several times…You’ve got it right…The beauty of the One-ness…My roots are from India, though I live in Denmark…I was simply being mindful & connected to my spiritual side when I was writing this poem…I had nothing else in my mind…I was literally living this poem…this journey…through the eyes of my heart…Gratitude & much love xoxoxo

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      1. Always a pleasure.
        “I was simply being mindful & connected to my spiritual side when I was writing this poem.” I would love to be like this every day.
        “I was literally living this poem…” Well, you’re going to have to make some room for me because I want to live in this poem too 🙂
        “the eyes of my heart” how beautiful is this. You are fantastic !
        Have a blessed evening.
        Love
        Gabriela

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      2. You’re already living in this poem, Gabriela….there’s plenty of room as well 😊….Actually, I would also love to be connected to the spiritual side & being mindful every moment of every day….but that’s not the reality…I’ve started accepting it…that it’s OK if I can’t be that…my mood swings like a sharp axe…which hits No one but myself at a deeper level…that’s how it is…One thingyou must know that you’re an amazing & extraordinary writer / poet / an artist / a person / a soul and I’m kinda addicted to your writings….You too have a blessed evening & thank you very much for your kindness, sweetness & openness….the One-ness 🙏❤️

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      3. .. “but that’s not the reality.” I know Navin. “my mood swings like a sharp axe…which hits No one but myself at a deeper level” I know that too but you see knowing is not the same with internalizing. I hurt myself too when I should not.
        Well, but there are good things too: talent, friendship, love. May we reach that sublime state of the One-ness at least once in a while.
        Have a blessed Sunday my dear friend.
        Yours
        G.

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      4. It’s absolutely correct that knowing is not the same with internalizing. I think, we all hurt each others & ourselves upto a certain extent. Beautiful lines…”May we reach that sublime state of the One-ness at least once in a while.” ❤️

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