Dance Of Benevolence - Poem by Kong Yin
Benevolence, a barefoot woman with long hair,
dancing lonely on the crest of the universe.
Her twirling stirs a gust of wind
spinning around her.
drawn into the swirling wind
begin to move their feet;
more are drawn into the dance -
more and more spinning,
collecting more souls
into the dance of benevolence -
the dance began by a single woman
disregarding the contempt of the warmongers.
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