Thursday, August 16, 2007

Moment

Richard May headshot by Richard May

The bird's song hears the listening ear.
The wind-blown flame sees the watching eye.
Looking back from the mirror world I see myself,
Remembering now.

May-Tzu

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5 comments:

dharmabruce said...

Great poem!

Justin Zijlstra said...

The poem is nice but I suppose it misses some insight.

If your oriented on the world outside, then your not completely at trust with it?

Regards,

Justin

Anonymous said...

I would suppose that anything, everything or anyone may miss some insight! The orientation mentioned was toward the inside world, but looking at oneself, as if from outside oneself. It possible that Justin is very nice, but has missed some insight also?

-No one

Justin Zijlstra said...

Anonymous, I'll write a response in my second essay on Reason and Rhyme.

Thank you for inspiration!

Chow!

Anonymous said...

Purina dog chow!

anonymous