Where thoughts die and feelings live….


“Fumbling in the blackest spaces of the intimate emptiness, worries at bay and hopes to stay, she swayed to the melodic rhythm of her soul. Winnowing out pride and embracing love in her stride; croaking beyond the game of shame and blame, she swam the banks of her emotional river. Trampling through and through the murkiest layers of grief and strife she acknowledged her soul dearest. She drenched, drowned and lost herself into the unfathomable profundities of her eternal self. Feeling and freeing limitless, she remained with an innocent fed heart. She rehearsed the “weep of retreat” at the ultimate hark back to her soul. She buried the prosaic rituals of mere living and was adrift on the clear waters of everlasting existence – a pristine pearl in the shell exuding her innate essence. Raising calm in her own presence, she reassembled her fragmentary self. In these unparalled moments of divine silence, she sank in her true self….where thoughts died and feelings lived.”

22 comments on “Where thoughts die and feelings live….

  1. Samjoth Sashidharan says:

    Wow.. Beautiful Reva..!!! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Yes!
    Energy without boundaries or limitations….not hampered or constrained by words.


  3. charlypriest says:

    A beautiful way of putting words together to form a whole, quite a master of words you are.1/3 of them I had to go out for the dictionary and look them up.


    • beingeternal says:

      Thank you for your generous appreciation. I am no master of words. Emotions make you master them when you really have an urge to express your suppressed feelings. I am sorry for your effort looking them up in the dictionary. 🙂


  4. thisempoweredwoman says:

    Gorgeous x


  5. lightthelie says:

    You are able to string together words in such a beautiful way. Really reaching the emotions. Almost like a dance. I enjoyed the final thought as well as the commenter above. A place of silence 🙂


  6. So sad thoughts like the loss of being an eternal Ophelia.. prose written as poetry..


  7. Very profoundly strung words.
    Like the sadness and depth of the post,


  8. Sonu Duggal says:

    Hi. Thanks for stopping by and liking my blog.


  9. Lala Rukh says:

    Your words…Oh so perfect ! Beautiful writing my friend, the ending thought is just awesome.


  10. I think the right word for this is ‘Intense’ ! I love how the words flowed and the rhythm defines awesomeness!

    Lovely 🙂 (Y)


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