A Rainbow There are such things, straightening clothes. Asking the Way You blockheads who ask what Buddha is should start asking about every sentient being instead. positions 8:2 Â© 2000 by Duke University Press positions 8:2 Fall 2000 Ask about everything. When youâre hungry ask about food. Ask the moonlight about the way. Find a port where lemon trees bloom where lemon trees bloom. Ask about places to drink in the port. Ask and ask till nothingâs left to ask. Discontent Discontent! What a powerful thing it is. We all should have more discontents that ought to be than discontents that are. The discontent that I feel for myself when at midnight I inspect myself under direct light from a lamp. Half-written texts books as yet unread a watch gone dead these are surely my strength. Outside the window I see cars rushing down Route 38 by night. Even they are my discontent. What a powerful thing! Note âEcho,â âA Rainbow,â and âAsking the Wayâ are from Beyond Self: 108 Korean Zen Poems by Â¯ Ko Un, trans. Young-Moo Kim and Brother Anthony (Berkeley, Calif.: Parallax Press, 1997). Â¯ Reprinted with permission of the translators. âDiscontentâ is from
positions asia critique – Duke University Press
Published: Sep 1, 2000
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