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indira babbellapati

visakhapatnam, india
indira babbellapati
visakhapatnam, india
Friday, October 9, 2009

Let The Body Speak'

Rating: 5.0
do you know
that this ancient body
longs to speak
devoid of niceties
bereft of metaphors
the only language it knows-
the language of
agony and ecstasy
when desire strikes with
the intensity of a boomerang
hurled eons ago when
we roamed the earth?
…it’s the same
unsettling feeling
then and now too...
and when the body
begins to speak
scrawling its unique alphabet
without guilt
without frills
there arises one single
moan of ecstasy
in its pristine form
paralyzing yet vibrating
through the entwined
limbs and nerves
it strikes the frozen darkness
till then lying fossiled within
the inner walls with the
sublimity and alacrity of
a lightning…
for once
for one fleeting moment
though within the other’s grasp
your body and mine
go beyond us as
each nuance tickles us in
an ecstatic joy…

09oct2009
14.42hrs
indira babbellapati
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COMMENTS
from nikunj: this is beautiful Indira...this has finesse, this has grace and the respect for one of the most sought after desire since ages. you have used the simple words here very well...I liked....1. a boomerang hurled eons ago when we roamed the earth - nice way to put the essential elements of life...to project the innermost needs in words..2. scrawling its unique alphabet without guilt...this is divine and mystical....physics at its best, wrapped in chemistry...3. frozen darkness till then lying fossiled within............this is delicious to the poetic appetite...Indira you are a magician with words....is all I can say on let the body speak From Nikunj
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Sathyanarayana M V S 01 November 2009
Very intense, very passionate and it is so true that it is the body that matters in the end.Really ecstatic this poem. Please take a look at my poem 'Love where are you', some 34 word poem..........
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Anand Madhukar 19 October 2009
The body indeed has a language of its own which has been brilliantly versified in this write, a poem which raises sensuousness to an almost spiritual level.
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Indira Babbellapati 15 October 2009
From: Brett Ackerman (Colorado Springs United States; Male; 44) To: Indira Babbellapati Date Time: 10/13/2009 3: 10: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: Re: let the body speak Language is the body's only true function that examines all the possibilities of your theme.....very thought provoking.
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Ranjit Ravindran 13 October 2009
'…it’s the same unsettling feeling then and now too...' I often use this expression while discussing about civilization or the so called evolution of mankind. Feels good to see it a poetic form that too penned by my beloved teacher.
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Saadat Tahir 11 October 2009
a..in the face dose of....K_S don tenderly and charmingly... well within the bounds of lit discourse... primival in intensity...feral almost... but awesome and beautiful.... the peacocks throw or the magical crane belle....obviously no match.... cd write a lot.... but here brevity....! here yer mandatory ten prof...and cheers too
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Rm. Shanmugam Chettiar 10 October 2009
well imagined; well worded; a nice write up. shan
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Andrew mark Wilkinson 10 October 2009
The ancient art of body talk, communication of the primal kind, we all know that language deep inside, that's where our true self resides... Andy 10
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Body language is a fascinating subject and it really interests me, particularly when people communicate with the opposite sex. Once we understand what our bodies tell us, it can make life so much easier, although when one is in a stressful job as many are now, it is difficult to do what one wants to at the time. Your poem is outstanding and emotional, loving, thought provoking and written with imagery, wonderful vocabulary and flair. 10 love Karin
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Dr Kamran Haider 09 October 2009
devoid of niceties bereft of metaphors the only language it knows- the language of agony and ecstasy -- I must say Indira, this is a truthful write... Nude and pure... But obviously not obscene... your body and mine go beyond us as each nuance tickles us in an ecstatic joy… --- Body has surely its own language and sometimes we should let it speak freely and should put so called imposed constraints on the side... for the freedom of heart, mind and soul; the body should enjoy freedom as it requires...
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