Posted by Ben Naga
A living haiku
The satori of my life
Don’t mind if I do
Posted on January 25, 2016, in Senryu and tagged Haiku, Life, Mind, Satori, Zen. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
“Fifty-four years lighting up the sky.
A quivering leap smashes a billion worlds.
Entire body looks for nothing.
Living, I plunge into Yellow Springs”
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My you ever pursue your true path until you attain your goal, And may I ever be a companion.
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