Paul G. Kallen
Paul G. Kallen Poems
|1.||Friday Morning Flight 7||7/20/2009|
|3.||The Flower Of Life||7/20/2009|
|6.||Light And Mirror||7/20/2009|
|13.||Flight Of Rebirth||7/20/2009|
|14.||Spirit Of Poetry||7/20/2009|
|17.||Dream And Memory||7/20/2009|
|21.||The German Upanishads||3/28/2013|
|23.||Blue Light Fairy||2/13/2017|
|24.||Wise And Beautiful||2/5/2018|
|26.||Style Of Life||7/5/2018|
|27.||A Little Buddha||8/3/2011|
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A Little Buddha
He is a knot of Global Spirit Net
Born to unite not to “divide and rule”.
He says, our life must be reset
Or we die as fish in a dried-up pool.
Once in Nepal there lived a prince
Raised with reverence in luxury and joy.
Suffered no pain, he was convinced
The life would always seem a toy…
By Antoine de Saint-Exupery,
The little prince’s planet was too small.
He had to keep it bad plants free,
The baobabs had no chance at all.
My hero read texts by both the men,
He is rather a scholar in Buddhism.
But he displays much greater acumen
Based on Marilyn Friday’s OBE
My bedroom wall I walked through was the door
To the peculiar city glowing brighter than the sun.
There was nothing special I looked for,
In such a great mood I wandered just for fun.
Oops! I ran into a lady on the street,
But I said ‘Hi’ to her in place of my excuse.