Dissolving

The body is running at full speed with no brakes
The mind is bleeding the red sea in heavy rains
The eyes are torching the tight cage in pure flames

The time machine can’t restore the lost things in real sense
And there’s no need to preset the defence to face the present
So the system is defragementing the free space with no gates

The lesion isn’t necessarily a damage if seen as a treasured lesson
The dead veins could be the lost key of sanity in this locked scene
The fingers are holding the keepsake delicately with numb grip

The divine grace is embracing the deep pain lovingly in true space
The inner shine is fusing the open scars mindfully in pure faith
The magical energy is dissolving the solid shield to the formless state

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39 thoughts on “Dissolving”

  1. The lesion isn’t necessarily a damage if seen as a treasured lesson
    The dead veins could be the lost key of sanity in this locked scene

    Wow, Navin. Really – WOW.

    Much love <3
    David

  2. Amazing piece, Navin. Truly magnificent!!! Powerful and profound. LOVE this!πŸ’•
    “The inner shine is fusing the open scars mindfully in pure faith
    The magical energy is dissolving the solid shield to the formless state”πŸ’•β€οΈπŸ’•

    1. I’m glad you could connect with my lines, Grace…I’m beyond thankful to you & for your lovely support βœ¨β€οΈπŸ’«πŸ’Ÿ

  3. Hey Navin, I noticed you shared a linktr.ee page… WordPress actually makes an even better links page (in my opinion)… plus it takes people to your website!

    Beyond that, I LOVE this one. Just stopped me in my tracks when I read it earlier. πŸ’•

    1. You’re are amazing, Tara…I didn’t think of having a link page on my own site…WordPress will definitely make a better page than linktr.ee…the design will be in our own hands…I can’t thank you enough πŸ™

      Oh wow, thank you very much for your lovely words on my poem βœ¨β€οΈπŸ’«

  4. Wow… this last stanza so powerful!
    πŸ’–πŸŒˆπŸŒ·
    “The divine grace is embracing the deep pain lovingly in true space
    The inner shine is fusing the open scars mindfully in pure faith
    The magical energy is dissolving the solid shield to the formless state”

  5. The body is running at full speed with no brakes
    The mind is bleeding the red sea in heavy rains
    The eyes are torching the tight cage in pure flames

    These lines felt mindblowingly beautiful – you gave words so exquisitely to our humanness. And then settled in to the depths of your poetic beauty, truly appreciated how it unfolded towads the magic and shining light of divine grace. Just so amazing.

    1. Oh wow, such beautiful…such heartfelt words…I don’t even know how to express my gratitude to this, Pragalbha…but I hope, you can sense how grateful I truly am…thank you very much for your kindness…I’m honoured & humbled πŸ™βœ¨πŸ’ŸπŸ’«

  6. And there’s no need to present the defence to face the present….

    This line has so much depth to it and is my favorite verse.The entire poem is so well framed. Power choice of words.Keep pouring your heart out✌

  7. Dear Navin, this poem is so powerful from beginning to end. Powerful not only in imagery, but in awareness, what you have learned and can share with us though the lines of your verse. I find, I could highlight every line:) but I will confine myself to a few that touched me immediately. What a visual you paint with this: “The mind is bleeding the red sea in heavy rains” Oh my, I see the overflowing of the banks and the water is blood red not blue. I see pain and panic and moments very out of your control. Then later in you write,”The lesion isn’t necessarily a damage if seen as a treasured lesson” This is the awareness I see in all of your writing..a sense of enlightenment, that has come, not from studying, but from living, suffering, and observing! I totally agree with this line..in Arabic we say, Thank God for Everything…and yes even the hard moments, the pain, if we open our inner eyes, we see the lesson, we learn, and in the end we are grateful…. for it all.. The actual format is such a joy to read out loud…You have an amazing sense of rhythm and such a natural , not forced, sense of rhyme.. I enjoyed this “Dissolving” so much as I do all your poetry, Navin. You are an exciting poet who has so much to say…and I enjoy listening to you say it:)

    1. Dear Karima, you must know your heartfelt words are more powerful & beautiful than my poem…you’re able to see the sea & the unseen of my scene on your screen…how beautiful that you say “Thank God for Everything” in Arabic…yeah, if we open our inner eyes, we realize that pain & tough moments have a deeper meaning…it’s (en)lightening our path differently…tears are shiny & salty…so is an ocean…I’m grateful that you like the rythm & rhyme of my poem…oh wow, I’m honoured that you read my poem out loud…you are an exciting poet yourself…and simply an amazing reviewer…thank you so very much πŸ’«

      1. Thank you Navin for such warm appreciation of my review. I was blown away when I read Dissolving and yes..it is a poem that calls to be read out loud. I loved the beat and the rhyme..I hope you read many of your poems in voice..always such a treat to hear the poet read his/her own words.. My pleasure always to read you…

  8. Lovely and intense piece Navin. So much pain and yet I still feel the hope all ways clawing it’s way to the top. The photo went well with your writing. I saw the trees as the fingers. Hugs, love and peace to you my friend. Joni β€οΈπŸ€—πŸ¦‹πŸ₯°πŸ˜˜

    1. I’m glad you liked my writing, dear Joni…thank you very much…when I finished writing my poem, I started looking for a picture from my library…this photo spoke to me right away…Hugs, love & peace to you as well my friend βœ¨β€οΈπŸ’«πŸ™πŸ₯°

  9. Reading this for the second time, I’m just blown away by those last 4 lines. They are exquisite, and so powerful. Beautiful, dearest Navin. πŸ™πŸŒΉβœ¨β€οΈπŸŒ»

    1. Thank you very much, dearest Jeff…that’s so kind of you to read my lines the second time πŸ™βœ¨β€οΈπŸ’«πŸ’Ÿ

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