Kawa Karpo

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Buddhist Verse


Buddhist Verse


Throw your evil spirit & dark soul from cave of body
Free them from dangerious river of three poisons
These of our karma is brought from previous life

There are many sprits who wandering on lower realms
Take them to the land of liberation as your father & mother
It makes no sense if we wasted precocious body of this life

When we accumulated black karma with guilty people
No Buddha could save us because karma is yours
Our soul is Buddha & our soul is evil in same body

It would lead you to heaven as it would to hell
Where compassion there is flower of peace & happiness
Wisdom & compassion is two eyes of great Buddha's teaching

We had long been this Samsara for suffered unbearable pain
Wish ingnorance let us awakened from blindness

Of all hindrances & obstacles of front & back of us
Way of sunlight will waiting us & show ing us enlightenment

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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