one stone is turned under
moss grows rolling sing sly
and the family knows
mum's the word, shush is the flower
too rain wet to tell
two ways around
the Beside are
aside, "in the lobby, 'ist' is an insult"
and seaside, "don't bury your brother"
as a whole,
people seem to like parts
and troubling between them;
the middle way
is way up there
where some sandy signs lean.
Our bodies are given life from the midst of nothingness. Existing
where there is nothing is the meaning of the phrase, "Form is
emptiness." That all things are provided for by nothingness is the
meaning of the phrase, "Emptiness is form." One should not think that
these are two separate things.
-- Quote from the film, "Ghost Dog"
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