Reading Stonehouse

Stonehouse, the Zen hermit poet of 14th century China, writes so simply his wisdom often escapes the reader who is tangled up in the flow of words and images. Translated by Red Pine, the book remains a classic.

Look for the real and it becomes more distant/ try to end delusions and they just increase/ followers of the Way have a place that stays serene/ when the moon is in the sky it’s reflection is in the waves

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