Flat Meat Diner

This poem was originally published in Lummox, Oct, 2014.  https://issuu.com/poetraindog/docs/revisedl3sampler/9 Flat Meat Diner The highway stretches like an endless, mall food-court for turkey buzzards.    

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HAI-KŌAN

HAI-KŌAN   Each ball rolls as pushed, yet, try to repeat one path, mostly chaos wins. A kōan (公案) is a paradoxical anecdote or riddle, used in Zen Buddhism to demonstrate the inadequacy of logical reasoning and to provoke enlightenment or the “great doubt” in the student practitioner.  

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Moral Compass

Needle spins too fast to point in firm direction, easy to lose way. No one anymore can distinguish greater good from lesser evil. When profit is weighed against cost in human lives, we sail uncompassed.  

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