Gautama Buddha

(563 BCE - 483 BCE / Lumbini / Indian Sub. (today in Nepal))

Gautama Buddha Poems

1. The Thousands 5/1/2012
2. The Just 5/1/2012
3. Miscellaneos 5/1/2012
4. The Downward Course 5/1/2012
5. The Awakened 5/1/2012
6. The Seeker 5/1/2012
7. Punishment 5/1/2012
8. The Fool 5/1/2012
9. Thirst 5/1/2012
10. Pleasure 5/1/2012
11. The Wise 5/1/2012
12. Good And Bad 5/1/2012
13. Awareness 5/1/2012
14. The Twin Verses 5/1/2012
15. The Brahmin 5/1/2012
16. Impurity 5/1/2012
17. Thought 5/1/2012
18. The Elephant 5/1/2012
19. Old Age 5/1/2012
20. The World 5/1/2012
21. The Path 5/1/2012
22. The Saint 5/1/2012
23. Flowers 5/1/2012
24. Anger 5/1/2012
25. Joy 5/1/2012
26. Self 5/1/2012

Comments about Gautama Buddha

  • Subhas Chandra Chakra Subhas Chandra Chakra (9/17/2017 3:29:00 AM)

    I have got the glimpse of rediscovering myself on the basis of your great teachings.
    Thanks great soul for landing on our planet.

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  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (5/24/2015 4:42:00 AM)

    dear, these verses give me deep insight about life.

Best Poem of Gautama Buddha


If a person holds oneself dear,
let one watch oneself carefully.
The wise should be watchful
during at least one of the three watches.

Let each person first direct oneself to what is right;
then let one teach others; thus the wise will not suffer.
If a person makes oneself as one teaches others to be,
then being well-controlled, that one might guide others,
since self-control is difficult.

Self is the master of self;
who else could be the master?
With self well-controlled
a person finds a master such as few can find.

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The Saint

There is no suffering for the one
who has completed the journey,
who is freed from sorrow,
who has freed oneself on all sides,
who has thrown off all chains.

The thoughtful exert themselves;
they do not delight in a home;
like swans who have left their lake,

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