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Chuang Tzu's Buddha Butterfly -7th Version

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All the beauty I have known,
For me extant in palimpsest,
(Real, would weigh a trillion ton) ,
God carries on his breath.

The palatial dreams of my youth
Never have and never shall
Be built by me, no, my growth
Is as the sounding of a bell.

Chuang Tzu's butterfly, I roam
From civilized to primeval,
Earth is but a temporary home
For chrysalising beauty larval.
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Patti Masterman 17 August 2010
I enjoyed very much. Your only problem is you write too well and it keeps me up too late at night reading all of it.
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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 27 November 2009
The palatial dreams of my youth Never have and never shall Be built by me, no, my growth Is as the sounding of a bell....it is reality of life and better tobe understoodinearly days as buddadidin is lifetime... i admirethe skill ofpoet....10 go back..... i am disgrace
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