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Womb of Sukhavati

Womb of Sukhavati

Embryonic Sukhavati

Sukhavati: the place of bliss, Fractal art work by Flo Li, copyright 2010 http://www.FloLi.com

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You gave your life for her illumination
A spine as strong as your mother’s ego
Lotus graced tiny fingers and tiny toes
Eyes soft as Buddha’s pose
Little one, you gave up your life in lieu your mother arose
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You told her not whip for your pain
You came to love her til the snow melted and the flowers grew
You came to give her a glimpse of what the future holds
You showed her two paths leading into the distant woods
You came as the well-paved path yet she must refute the olds
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You knew your life was a brief cherry blossom kiss
Coming from the womb of Goddess you soared with her glow
A life not to be grieved but be tasted like Kyoto’s first snow
Winds of glory blew you to fulfill the universe’s flow
Moments of warmth and dances of light entered her heart to grow
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You came to teach your mother the impermanence of all things
Through your physical dissolution her spiritual freedom afloat
“Ma vie n’est pas lament for the dead but a celebration note”
As the blankets of snow melted away the cherry blossoms awoke
You kissed the lips of infinite bliss and united with the bosom to Goddess aglow.

 

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October 15, 2010 - Posted by | Choices, Death & Rebirth, poetry | , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Beautiful imagery. A painful experience for most women can become a path to more spiritual fulfilment.

    Comment by salah dublin | October 16, 2010 | Reply

  2. I found the beef was a bit too much (but out of all the beef, the pie was the best), and preferred the seafood, esclipaely the slow cooked trout, confit, capsicum and egpplant from Marque. Also, the gelato from messini (in particular the tirimisu) was sooo good – better than the gelato from italy! But at the end of the day my favourite was the free cheese and crackers 🙂 Ying

    Comment by Jenny | May 16, 2017 | Reply


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