my heart; beats
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)
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.