Lifting my head
I watch the bright moon
Lowering my head
I dream that I’m home.
( Chinese Poem sample )
A well-known Japanese poet was asked how to compose a Chinese poem.
“The usual Chinese poem is four lines,” he explains.
“The first line contains the initial phase;
the second line, the continuation of that phase;
the third line turns from this subject and begins a new one;
and the fourth line brings the first three lines together.
A popular Japanese song illustrates this:
Two daughters of a silk merchant live in Kyoto.
The elder is twenty, the younger, eighteen.
A soldier may kill with his sword.
But these girls slay men with their eyes.
all languages of this world comes from silence .
knowing the language of silence one can communicate with every atom
atom to at OM
Omnipotence , Omnipresence , Omniscience
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