Inamorata ( AOA.2)

Inamorata ( AOA.2)

A Poem by Mrudula Rani
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Title suggested by Sami Khalil.

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Immured in splore of sentience, soused in caprice
Sedulously twined with predilection
Innately omitted comprehension
...spoilt to divine due of disavowal.

Lay effete neath its indocility.
Forbye bested amid edacity
Yet can't sidle short away from my post,
to pursue the esurience or undo
It's ineffable clasp on my valence.

Enamored of eidolon whilst avail
the eminence of Eros, rune of you
evinces and sates my solicitude,
...tow to reify sessile solicits.

© 2019 Mrudula Rani


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my goodness .. explosive opening line...with just the right hint of fun ;) have to chuckle at L3...she's a bit of a blonde eh!? :)))))))))))))))))))))) not quite divine ... what a wealth of language Mrudala .. as always and well worth looking up every word ... a lovers tale .. passionate complete with the conflicts of loving ... the hook of those passions ... and when apart ... its the memories that must do eh!? wow! love love love the lessons learned in "Inamorata" ... perfect title .. kudos to Sami ;)
E.
ps. seems to wax to ancient language in closing and me thinks its also perrrrrrrrrrrfect :)

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Your reviews are amazing dear, E . Your depth of understanding a writer and her( his) perspective sh.. read more
Einstein Noodle

4 Months Ago

ohhhhhhhhh .. now you have made my day :))))))))))))))))))))))))))



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It is hard to read you and not be enamored by your words Mrudula in three stanzas you have managed to wrap longing and love, chemistry & divination, poetic voice and whispers into a language that transcends all of them into the same thing and my head is about to burst only someone that catches the divine waves can encapsulate this way I am awestruck but then again that is usually the case when I read you boom electrics sparks are sizzling in my mind

Posted 4 Months Ago


Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Thank you Robert, you are always too kind and generous with your words. Uma abraço.
my goodness .. explosive opening line...with just the right hint of fun ;) have to chuckle at L3...she's a bit of a blonde eh!? :)))))))))))))))))))))) not quite divine ... what a wealth of language Mrudala .. as always and well worth looking up every word ... a lovers tale .. passionate complete with the conflicts of loving ... the hook of those passions ... and when apart ... its the memories that must do eh!? wow! love love love the lessons learned in "Inamorata" ... perfect title .. kudos to Sami ;)
E.
ps. seems to wax to ancient language in closing and me thinks its also perrrrrrrrrrrfect :)

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Your reviews are amazing dear, E . Your depth of understanding a writer and her( his) perspective sh.. read more
Einstein Noodle

4 Months Ago

ohhhhhhhhh .. now you have made my day :))))))))))))))))))))))))))
Is this the one you hold in high approval, maybe not godlike but special.
A lot to digest in this write, tricky conversation to the meaning of life.

Posted 4 Months Ago


Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Yes, believe it or not almost divine ! Thanks for your wonderful perception.
I think runes is a fine word for this poem as a whole. It’s almost like a secret language shared between two people. The symbolic nature of love, but also its concrete representations. Like the distinction between faith and works.

Love is a bit of a leap of faith. And also something that is easy to get lost in if we allow ourselves. That can be either positive or negative depending on the person who is on the other side. I sense a love for the ages here. A poet’s dreamscape love.

The runes of two people coming together to form some beautiful, singular language. At least that’s what I’m seeing just now.

Always a pleasure to read your work, Mrudula.

Posted 4 Months Ago


Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Thank you dear Eilis for your wonderful consideration, your bounteous reviews are rewards, I adore.. read more
Eilis

4 Months Ago

You’re welcome, Mrudula
An excellent title and some powerful words and concepts. Your love of words is self evident of your creative mending. I feel a conversation between the writer and the beloved, a short discourse on love, life and relationships. You have the mental capacity and you use it for your advantage. An honor to read you.

Posted 4 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

4 Months Ago

You are welcome. You deserve it.
Mrudula Rani

4 Months Ago

Um bom semana para te ( have a good week ) .
Sami Khalil

4 Months Ago

I love it. You too...

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Added on November 16, 2019
Last Updated on November 16, 2019
Tags: Sentience, predilection, disavowal, indocility, valence, esurience, eidolon


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