Naked Soul Quotes

Quotes tagged as "naked-soul" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Salil Jha
“Every soul needs a touch of erotic love. A deep, unconditional love is what every heart truly desires. True love is passionately erotic.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

Munia Khan
“Reading books is like wearing winter clothes; it covers and warms up the body of your naked soul.”
Munia Khan

C. JoyBell C.
“It's so easy for some people to get naked. They think they're so promiscuous and avant-garde and rebellious... but year-round their souls are covered in winter clothing! My soul is promiscuous, now how's that for being a rebel without a cause? They are amateurs.”
C. JoyBell C.

Salil Jha
“Love is the true state of the human heart. When we love, we unguard our hearts. We open ourselves up to the world with- out any restraint. When passion flows, desires stir, our earthy senses become dull, and our ethereal self becomes illumined. At this stage, we are naked, totally naked, with little or no covering of ego.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

Salil Jha
“I believe eros dwells in our innermost being as the spirit of creative expression. To me, eros is a great path that we must walk, a song we listen to, a game that we hunt and enjoy, a lesson to learn, a garden where flowers bloom, a prodigious puzzle to solve, a book to read, a chapter to write, and an ocean to swim in. That’s what eros is to me.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

Salil Jha
“Poetry contains few words but tells much. Its beauty is that by being condensed it is rich in meaning and open to various interpretations. Unlike prose, there is no boundary to poetry. There is nothing concrete or black and white. Poetry is mutable; it is transformative. Poetry is the alchemy of hearts. And what cannot be said in prose can sometimes be only said through poetry.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

Salil Jha
“Poems are word paintings. Poetry doesn’t belong to time. That’s why often you feel as if poems are speaking directly to you.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

Salil Jha
“Most of the books of erotic poetry available today are either too old or are big anthologies covering the same poets and poems. There is a lack of new and original work. Most of us have read something from Ovid, Sappho, Shakespeare, the ancient Greeks, the Romans, or from the Kama Sutra. But love is a theme that should be celebrated with freshness.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

“We lay there completely bared to each other. Fully clothed but our souls naked!”
Avijeet Das

Salil Jha
“Read a poem at a time, or two, or all, but give them time to sink into your heart. Read them again, read a portion, and stop and ponder. Visualize. Take it slow; let the poem show you what lies in your own heart. Let it fuel the words from within.”
Salil Jha, Naked Soul: The Erotic Love Poems

“Thinking about the journey I have been on and why I might be here in this lifetime. I’m here to not repeat patterns. To not live on other people’s terms, but on my own terms. To stop trying to please everyone at the expense of myself. So here I am, to find me, and then I freak out. What? Did I upset you? It’s fucking scary. Fucking scary to take a baby step in that direction. To reveal myself? To not look in the mirror or take an iPhone selfie that will expose the inside? But this is what it takes to be my best. In this lifetime, to bare my naked soul and my scarred skin. You can love me or hate me. Or be somewhere in between. But I am who I am. We all have many scars from just living. From living life, feeling love, hurt, loss, pain. Maybe instead of hiding those scars this time I can turn them into beautiful tattoos of experience on that naked skin.”
Riitta Klint