Namaste ~ a Tricube (x2) poem

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eyes closing
head bowing
palms clasping

Heart chakra 
Unite soul
Divine spark

breathing in
slowing pulse
breathing out



my body
my mindset
my heart; beats

Divine love
Go with flow
Third eye open



~ an EWK Tricubic Poe’em   ©2016 EWK

(a Tricube poem is composed of 3 syllables per verse, 3 verses per stanza, and 3 stanzas in total)

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Quite often my interests in creating poetic verse finds me observing, noting and researching various experiences, social nuances and words that come to my attention.

‘Namaste’ (pronounced ‘NAH-ma-stay’) seems to have come into more common and casual use; particularly in the United States. Where ‘Namaste’ most often has a tradition as a greeting in lands far away from me (from Sanskrit; meaning “bow to you”); it has more likely been accepted as a contemplative mantra for holistic disciplines of yoga exercise, martial arts and meditation in the Western hemisphere.

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One comment on “Namaste ~ a Tricube (x2) poem
  1. Fantastic and yes, Namaste from India : )

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