On The Fire Suicides Of The Buddhists - Poem by Charles Bukowski
'They only burn themselves to reach Paradise'
- Mne. Nhu
original courage is good,
motivation be damned,
and if you say they are trained
to feel no pain,
is it still not possible
to die for somebody else?
who lay back and
make statements of explanation,
I have seen the red rose burning
and this means more.
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