Tag Archives: Chuang Tzu

Pavilion

The pot boils, and boils. Tea smoke hangs so thick, the pavilion is shrouded in a tea leaf veil. Butterflies bounce between flowers, a heaven to earth spectrum dancing through smoke wisps before cascading into dream black. The pot whistles, … Continue reading

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How do you know?

Beside the recluse path a skeleton scattered through jade tangles. I want to feel something. A lament. But other feelings rise. Envy, filtered through curiosity. What thoughts cloud its mind? ~~~ Saffron butterfly leads my eyes through sun drenched mulberries … Continue reading

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Moth

In the darkness of the Eastern regions there is a moth. This moth is massive in size. Its exact dimensions are not known but its wings span thousands of miles across. As it flies through the night sky its vast … Continue reading

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