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 =  looks aloof beyond the horizon of thoughts...
Marius Surleac
[17.Apr.08 09:59]
This poem seems to be a sort of list with existential questions, inspired like from the esoterically philosophy of India, like a mental state for purification of thoughts; "stillness, peace and lack of desperation" creates me the idea of Buddhism religion and meditation, like a Moksha meditation, the final state to achieve would be Nirvana. But also this poem it can be seen like a self-reconstruction of inner states in peace, in the middle of the nature being alone with your own ego.
Very expressive!

 =  Taking to the air...
John Willy Kopperud
[17.Apr.08 10:53]
...gaining that bird's eye view. I'd rather not try to answer any questions about the connection to oriental philosophy.
Let me remain in wonder as to whether or not the "I" is at ease with the described existential state. In any case this is sophisticated writing!

 =  indeed...
Marius Surleac
[17.Apr.08 10:56]
perfectly right Willy about sophisticated writing!

 =  question
Muresan Laura
[17.Apr.08 14:37]
Thank you Willy for the comment. Thanks Marius too for your thoughts concerning what I wrote. I've a question though...sophisticated writing...what does that involve?

 =  idea was that...
Marius Surleac
[17.Apr.08 14:44]
I think that Willy meant to say there’s a little bit hard for understanding the basic idea of the text, about the meditation state that I have invoked; he used sophisticated about the esoterically philosophy I’ve pointed on my comment!
Have a nice day!

 =  thanks...
Muresan Laura
[17.Apr.08 14:47]
...for clearing my perplexed mind;). have a sunny day full of smiles

 =  Let me add; sophistication=
John Willy Kopperud
[17.Apr.08 19:16]
...not revealing too much to the reader and a keen
sense of words and images

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