Monthly Archives: September 2014

Good Riddance, 10th Frickin’ Anniversary

…Of Chung Tai Sunnyvale. Huge noisy crowds. Huge expense. People from all over converging. Almost fainted from hunger, since it was one and I hadn’t eaten anything since 8 that morning. And the lecture went on…and on…and on…for 2 1/2 … Continue reading

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This is not a Zen Poem

Well, frankly, aren’t you glad? It’s a rock ‘n’ roll song I wrote after some minor surgery. However, speaking existentially that surgery sent my conceptual thinking into an entirely different direction. Speaking purely from the phenomenological viewpoint, there is a … Continue reading

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Today we were fed White slices of hard pear and apple Strolling after the penultimate sitting I saw Through my old glasses a double image Of the thin white slice of moon Ah. Equally delicious

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