my quintessence

deep
inside
the essence
of my conscience
a bright burning flame warming my being

the radiance of soul’s enlightenment
a fulfilment
of my dreams
brought to
life

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36 thoughts on “my quintessence

  1. How beautiful is that! To begin with, your titling is very wise. And your words about the radiance of a (albeit not necessarily enlightened) soul brightening up one’s entire being is spot on. Your concrete form is commendable too. Great job, Yasmin!

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    1. Thank you very much. Tell me more about you ‘two’. I love the way you analyze my work. It’s very encouraging and inspiring. Learning is continuity of ones aspirations. That is poetry.

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      1. You are welcome. We love poetry so much that besides writing, we love dissecting a poem 😀, with the intent of getting as much as possible from the piece that has touched us. Honestly, he’s better at it than me, analysing I mean. We have been reading your work and we think you are really good. As far as learning goes, you are right. It’s a continuous process. Your Poetry evolves when you evolve and vice versa.

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      2. I three: I felt not a whit of ill intruding as it were on this so joyous thread. I liked the dissertation differently but as much as the offering, and particularly enjoyed seeing the visual form, one which evoked in my a nostalgia both a part of and apart from your work. Thanks, Yassy! And Thank you, emotional spaces. I will take home your words as well as I mix rye and whole wheat with other flours and form on my favorite board some edible poetry for Christmas morning after a long winter’s ferment.

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  2. I don’t know which greek muse you abducted to be able to spew such beautiful and intricate words in a brief and concise albeit magnificent manner, all I can say is I always look forward to your posts and They inspire me

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