Abdul Wahab

>>>The sound (two poems side by side) Poem by Abdul Wahab

Find the correct sound
Chant it inside
It is everywhere
It is in the womb of the universe
Sing it full throat, right on, this is how it is done
Only the unfortunate have doubts.

It hovers all around
Let the sound be felt in your heart
It is open secret
The universe is inside you
The universe waits you
Only the blind and deaf can not see or hear the truth.

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Find the correct sound, it hovers all around
Chant it inside, let the sound be felt in your heart
Feel it everywhere, it's an open secret
It’s in the womb of the universe, the same universe that is inside you
Sing it full throat, the sound is for you
It is for the universe and it waits for you
It is unfortunate to have doubts,
Only the spiritually deaf can not hear the sound.

Submitted: Thursday, November 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, November 21, 2013

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