~ Hambre Del Alma ~ - Poem by MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.

~ Hambre Del Alma ~
Ms. Nivedita
3 December 2010

~ Why clog clot choke in
~ Imposed 'Hambre Del Alma’? [1]

Assuage soothe salve xeric Alma. [2]

By ~
~ being in oneself
~ a.k.a. volute in self
~ a.k.a. interiorize in subtle self. [3]

Next ~
~ Jaunt with ecstatic self
~ Bask flowething finery self
~ Rejoice redundant rhapsodic self
~ Coalesce with spic 'Secondless Self'. [4]

Revel ~
~ Halcyon harmonic rapt riant
~ Oooh Minstrel ~ Luxe-Life! [5]

Unison Universalae ~
~ a.k.a. Omni Onenessness
~ a.k.a. Advaita Consciousness! [6]

Inebriate in ambrosia at arche La Querencia! [7]

Glossary with humility I’m giving what I tried to express:
[1] Hambre Del Alma [Spanish]: Soul Starvation.
[2] Alma [Spanish]: Soul.
[3] a.k.a: abbr. also known as.
[4] Riant: Feeling mirth or pleasure or happiness.
[5] Universale [Latin]: Universal.
[6] Advaita ~ Not-Dual. This perception of non-duality ascribed to God or to Brahman as Absolute.
[7] La Querencia [Spanish]: The place where a person feels at home, nest, fondness.

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Comments about ~ Hambre Del Alma ~ by MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.

  • (5/22/2012 11:19:00 AM)

    'Revel ~
    ~ Halcyon harmonic rapt riant
    ~ Oooh Minstrel ~ Luxe-Life! [5]...' Excellent, splendid and resplendent...Blissful lines

    Like other commentator I too agree it is A-One poetry on Vendantic 'Not-Dualism [a.k.a Monism]

    Thanks poet..for presenting us such Indian Vedantic poem in short but brilliant way

    Great reading..Glory Unto Vedanta ~ Regards 10+++
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  • (5/10/2012 12:45:00 PM)

    Wonderful poem...

    Nice blend of Spanish and Latin

    True gamut of Vedantic thought

    Hats off to Poet for percolating 'Hambre Del Alma' why? ?

    Let us be in La Querencia as we're son of Bliss 10++
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  • (11/12/2011 9:50:00 AM)

    Happy to see those words-'Advaita Non-Dual'. Many are not aware of this school of thought, said to be the most scientific religion in the world. (Report) Reply

  • (12/13/2010 6:36:00 AM)

    a progression into soul space through word play flux of development Niv style :) (Report) Reply

  • (12/10/2010 2:22:00 PM)

    my word such words you bring us all so rich in flavour and language I had to read again and again you are a teacher excellent thank u (Report) Reply

  • Mohammad Muzzammil (12/7/2010 12:41:00 PM)

    Nice poem to be read. The expression is good while language is simple. Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

  • Varanasi Ramabrahmam (12/6/2010 2:31:00 AM)

    The attempt to express Advaita experience is commendable. The oneness is nothing but bliss, peace and silence of the mind. (Report) Reply

  • (12/5/2010 6:42:00 PM)

    For my sake and others I hope you will write a poem, just one, for the English speaking world. I bet you would be good and very interesting. Most of your poems, I'm sorry to say, I don't understand and this one is no exception. I can't comment, good or bad, when I don't understand. (Report) Reply

  • (12/4/2010 9:25:00 PM)

    Thanks for inviting, great poem, I like it (Report) Reply

  • Pranab K Chakraborty (12/4/2010 9:37:00 AM)

    Nice experience of classical reading. Well done. Actually philosophy when haunts us, such poetic outlet makes our conscious to keep a balance with me and the object of knowing. Its a pleasure that you have got a place of mind to rest....La Querencia. Also pleasure is there, so, we can search such Advaita conscious. Thank you and write more to illustrate Vedanta philosophy.

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  • (12/3/2010 2:22:00 AM)

    Thanks for your glossary without which I could not have appreciated your fine write.Thanks and congrats for the meaningful write. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 2, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 7, 2010

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