Dharma

Dharma

Moth eggs attached to rice in a bag.
Illusions of movement where reflections hit black.
Quartz clicks like water torture.
Veins pump half way:
Clogged by clots that are one inch away
From stopping tomorrow from becoming today.

Baby black toads hide in mulch.
Beetles eat magnolia blossoms.
Wind dries droplets formed on plush leaves.
Rain clouds hover:
Change from dark gray to black.
Erosion, the first sign of entropic attack.

Alive, tan moth flutters, a simple life,
Seeking refuge in fabric or candles by night.
All is one and one from the all:
Since, from this earth all life uncoils,
If unconnected, all life is spoiled.

 

 

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