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  • satkartar7
    Click, click, click, click, click – the wraith of mind, attention, ceaselessly shifts from screen to screen, post to post, searching in vain for the ghost of
    Message 1 of 1 , May 5, 2003
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      Click, click, click, click, click –

      the wraith of mind, attention,
      ceaselessly shifts from screen to
      screen, post to post, searching in
      vain for the ghost of the host,
      adrift in cyberstreams with a hard-
      wire impulse to know and be
      known, to love and be loved, to
      touch, Darling, and, yes, be
      touched, even if only by
      small black lines on
      white bandwidth, so very
      lonely, and wanting it
      not to be that way,
      the sum total of the infinite
      thoughts emerging from a
      simplicity of unaccountable
      desire, desire that will not be
      denied, that cannot be
      satisfied, while the digital wheel
      keeps spinning, another day another
      dharma, another sutra of
      here I am, where are You,
      Beloved, the secret not-so-
      secret One just always
      out of reach, and so
      the steady interminable

      click, click, click, click

      taps out an ancient S O S
      as some new squinting-eyed
      Daruma for a not-so-
      new-age anymore
      sits before the rock wall of
      a cathode ray tube glowing
      back the same eternal mystery
      of self before the mirror and
      beyond the cave the forest
      mists are lifting in the morning
      and some redwoods in that
      forest were young trees when
      Shakyamuni taught that
      there is only seeking and
      he called this searching
      suffering yet deep within
      the forest grove
      the tallest tree they've
      measured will someday be
      sliced meticulously to
      stacks of clean white
      paper and some future
      click'n clacker ripe with
      more Yahoo Advaita
      will press

      PRINT
      and too late realize
      they neglected to
      spell check.
       
       
       
      LoveAlways
      from hrtbeat
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