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Till Hearts End Poem

ACM 2nd year Literature

Till Hearts End by: Chayasi Sunthonphiphit
Translated by: James N. Mosel and Burton Raffel
1st stanza My mind glows, Knows no fear of the darkness and its tight web, Though the stars blur and the moon's dim rays, Are sucked into nothingness, And the oneness of man still cannot be found.
2nd stanza Though the sky splits and crackles, Drops no gentle music, Though a rooster's hurried crowing jars ears, And a frightened dog goes whimpering up and down.
3rd stanza This clear light inside me, Pushes the wild,heavy night back: It will never flicker, it can never change, Neither pain nor sorrow can reach it.
4th stanza The earth swings in circles, Soon light must break through,dawn Hanging,golden and clear all over the world,men Living like men.
5th stanza In the lonely night I lie listening to my own heart, The darkness so thick I could lose my way, Except for the faint, echoing chant, Of the most precious words ever written.
6th stanza Words like drops from heaven Falling fro wisdom, strength, peace, beauty, into waiting heart, These two small hands will move as this mind leads them, Will carry Buddha's divine law Here to this earth, until this heart no longer beats
Created by: ColSaCe101