[475] The Ever Changing Inner Flame

Wary of writing inferior words⁣
Birth to death, a mosaic of fear⁣
The coloured tiles in between made of love⁣
I live beneath my means to think clear⁣
all to keep the curiosity near⁣
The fight to keep the white purity alive⁣
fuels the soul as all black desires tear⁣
Truth in every breath, the vibgyor inner drive


Used the poetic form called Huitain.


Artist of the image – ShilpiCreativeArts

11 thoughts on “[475] The Ever Changing Inner Flame

  1. This is simply amazing, Rahul. I absolutely love it and the style…sublime rhyming! And that last line is just wow, it’s stunning. As always, I deeply resonate with your strong words…keep shining, my friend ✨🤗

    1. Hey there!!! I’m just checking in to let you know I nominated you for The Outstanding Blogger Award. You absolutely deserve it! No worries if your site is award free, just wanted to share your beautiful work and how much I appreciate you!!!! Much love, my friend 🖤🤗 -Ace

      1. An honour to be nominated by you especially! It is awards free but what matters more is that you thought of me which is enough 🖤 thank you for appreciating the post as well!

        And you deserve the world for the great writer you are so congrats for being nominated! 💫

      2. Awww Rahul, it’s my absolute pleasure to nominate you and of course I thought of you! You’re truly one of my favorite writers. I thought you might be award free but no worries at all. Aww you are so kind, thank you so much! I really appreciate you and your support, always a highlight of my day to connect with you!!! 🖤🤗

  2. On a completely different note, this easily recalls to my mind Mahavishnu Orchestra’s album ‘The Inner Mounting Flame’. The similarity is not just peripheral in the titles; both works reflect turbulence powerfully albeit in different ways.

      1. That was a legendary jazz fusion supergroup of John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, Jan Hammer, Jerry Goodman, Rick Laird initially as on this album but had quite a few personnel changes with McLaughlin being the stable element.

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