TD. Kumar


Many door of perception


Many door of perception

Submitted: Friday, December 27, 2013

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Many door of perception

Life in general is a black box with a hole
Small window or door for limited perception of Reality’ whole
Accept for special movements of expansion
Or gifted artists, genius, saints and mystic connected with their ‘soul’

The black box is composed offer belief, language, concept and reflex
Condition or instinctive, food security or sex
The room with a window is useful for normal management of life
But, for movements or continuous widening of doors is necessary for new and true domains of life

So essential that we seek it in movements of orgasm or drugs
But the ‘trips’ could be transient and addictive without impacting our core and crux
Ecstasy, reality and oceanicity!
Is our right and essence, ‘shoonayta’-infinity!

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