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Sutras Poems

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Pasta and peppermint 
tea night last night, 
soothing to be sure.

Something different today, 
a quick morning jaunt through 
ambiguous paradox, 
a shift in perception, perhaps.

The temple looks nice enough
Its thick green and brown doors
Open and vulnerably inviting 
Like the entrance...Read More
Categories: sutras, absence, art,
Form: Free verse

Booby Bliss
"A 'person' can be understood in terms of the 
five aggregates or Skandhas (Sanskrit) . 
These are: 
(rupa) form, matter, body ,
(vedana) sensations,feelings received from form 
(samjna) perceptions  
(sankhara) mental activity or formations  
(vijnana) consciousness 

Being is not...Read More
Categories: sutras, love, mythology, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
The Wheel of Fortune Spins Away But Rarely Your Way
For every man that walks the Earth,
There are umpteen scores of envious souls,
Jealous of the privilege they now hold,
For nothing is rarer than human rebirth!

“If the soil clutched in the palm of my hand 
Are the men and women who...Read More
Categories: sutras, allusion, blessing, destiny, philosophy, religion, religious, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SUTRAS

(Dedication: For the pilgrim wayfarer in each 
human face; and for my family, with love.)

Joy speaks of peace when love funds flow;
Calm now floods ease in inner glow.

Faith knows the way that hope finds love;
Devotion stays with truth above.

Go to...Read More
Categories: sutras, blessing,
Form: Couplet
kissing ecstasy goodbye
you came undone
when you done me wrong
your tongue hard with words
that shaped your face
with lack of grace

twisted, snarling angry dog
never to lie down near the Master,
head to heel and heel to heart
crushing wild
the red rose its thorns
growing on your head
into...Read More
Categories: sutras, lost love
Form: I do not know?