By J.P. Seaton (Editor), Dennis Maloney (Editor)
This anthology gathers over 1500 years if chinese language Zen (Ch'an) poetry, from the earliest writing -- together with the Hsin Hsin Ming written by means of the 3rd Patriarch -- to the poetry of priests residing during this century. Drawn jointly through the Zen thread, this ragged line of poet-hermits types a profound lineage for plenty of modern poets.
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Extra info for A Drifting Boat: Chinese Zen Poetry
Normally I hate going ou t The more so in a steaming swelter . I still love The deep night, The creek racing past the step s Into White Lotus Pond . Disincline d To slip a short smock on , How can I drag long skirts around ? The pine wind scoffs At the present of a fan . And a stone wall's bette r Than imperial ice . Only this poverty And nothing to do , Constant melancholy Not easy to better . Farewell to the Reverend Wu Yun g Returning to the Chung-Ciao Mountains Farewell to the Reverend Huai K u Going Roaming around Hangcho u Lofty and fa r A temple in the Chung-Ciao Range .
He's no need to beg or barter . Trailing his days away beneath the pine s propped against the winepo t JHS The Master of the Brush when he seeks True Accomplishmen t drinks himself mad for starters, and threatens to paint himsel f into the picture. JPs Ching Yun Kum Hsiu (Late 9th Cenrurv ) (832-912 ) Painting a Pine Moonlit Night This time I think I got it : one pine real as the real . as I wander aimlessly under a frozen moo n a flute pours its beauty from a nearby tower . then morning breezes begin to rise and gust — the river already a carpet of scattered white blossoms .
A far way you'll g o on an empty alms bowl , deep among mountains , treading fallen flowers . Masterless Ch'an, ou r own understanding . . When you 've got it, there's no plac e for it but a poem . This parting's nothing fated : orphan clouds just never settle down . Midnight, heart startled , I rise , to take the path to Long Cascade : grove's trees swallowed in white dew, a dipper of stars, in the clear dark sky . JP s The Swordsma n Ten long years I've honed this sword : frost white blade as yet untried .
A Drifting Boat: Chinese Zen Poetry by J.P. Seaton (Editor), Dennis Maloney (Editor)