A way of bodhisattva
In Mahayana Buddhism, a bodhisattva is an enlightened person who gives up his personal salvation in order to save all living beings through mercy.
To hear, to ignore the consequences,
to give up everything, to sever ties
with common sense, to go along with senses
which choose the bumpy roads to the skies,
to bare yourself, to strip away enigmas
of body, to expose private parts
of soul and, notwithstanding norms and stigmas,
to answer the last call for lonely hearts.
That’s bodhisattva’s way. It's pretty hard
to answer calls of every lonely heart.
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Copyright © Kurt Ravidas | Year Posted 2019