Leonid Rotshtein

(Santa Monica, CA, USA)

Trataka - Poem by Leonid Rotshtein

To get rid of the
Stress. "The Fear’s prize",
The person has to use attention's exercise:
"Incide you'd turn your both eyes.
Than stopped the crossed eyes on noose
between internal edges of the eyes is
tiny point."
One inch's size this concentration joint.
And, finally, imagine picture: I hold thought in ‘wrist’ as ‘river’ - wish:
To built Internal Path-Light in crossed eyes"
said Poet Lebishor to Friends His Will-Ukaz-Surprize

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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