In English, "afflatus" is used for this literal form of inspiration. It generally refers not to the usual sudden originality, but to the staggering and stunning blow of a new idea, an idea that the recipient may be unable to explain. In Romantic literature and criticism, in particular, the usage of "afflatus" was revived for the mystical form of poetic inspiration tied to "genius", such as the story Coleridge offered for the composition of Kubla Khan. The frequent usage of the Aeolian harp as a symbol for the poet was a play on the renewed emphasis on afflatus.
Soul sisters ; They sure don't put on a mask. They sure just love what they do and yes they personify a young vibrant India which is ready to march to the tune of a different drummer.
Feb 15, 2010; Rock Musicians: Shillong Dream: To make original music.I know I have been told not to Wear my soul on the sleeves Of my shirtI...