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Two Poems in he Voice of Siddhattha Gotama as He Wanders the Forest

@inproceedings{Beveridge2011TwoPI,
  title={Two Poems in he Voice of Siddhattha Gotama as He Wanders the Forest},
  author={J. Beveridge},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. Beveridge
  • Published 2011
  • Philosophy
  • ONE SIGHT Yasodhara, if you came to me now, I'd say I saw death in the lattice of sunshades, death in a sky of soft cottons, even in the healing gauze of mist upon the water and the rushes. I'd say there's death too in weather fine as your shawl, in curtains hung by soft hands and death in the half-wound turban of my own smile. Yasodhara, there's no refuge in the retinue of leaves attending me; and none in the swallows stitching wide. None in the retreat of deer to the shadows and none in the… CONTINUE READING