Treasure Island

David Hart


'Ahimsa' a poem by David Hart

Erstwhile ecstasy,
Erelong fulgurating,
Eft Frivoling
Ahimsa, ahimsa, ahimsa

Avaunt the charnel of Azael
Ahimsa, Ahimsa, Ahimsa
With pith bedizen me

Aroint cornute Asmodeus
Begone. To desuetude and

Shepard me to be
Cynosure pellucid indued in

Voc: Ahimsa is the doctrine on not harming any living thing

Submitted: Monday, March 09, 2009

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  • Yoonoos Peerbocus (5/14/2009 11:20:00 PM)

    deep expression revisits [Gandhi's ahimsa] or even earlier than him]/ meaningful at all levels of human dicposotion (Report) Reply

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