The Laughing Buddha
by Kenny Moon
Friday, September 21, 2012
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THE LAUGHING BUDDHA
If the laughing Buddha met Jesus
there would be laughter not tears
There would be belly laughs, considerable;
they wouldn't dwell on evil or be miserable.
The crucifixion? Well, transfiguration
is not all donkey rides in May -
you suffer and then you're raised...
Milefeo, that fat jolly man,
would think about his own promotion
the nirvana awaiting
when he finally ascended;
would this mean an end to eating,
no more rice and dumplings?
Being curious, Milefeo would ask
about the Mediterranean diet; olive oil,
fish, bread ... Jesus would smile
and remember feeding the five thousand,
all-night fasts and vigils,
feasts with his disciples.
The laughing Buddha was not at the Last Supper
but Jesus surely felt his absence.
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|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|An intriguing cerebrating composition with hilarious background that brings to mind the striking humor of George Bernard Shaw, for its refined satire.
It does serve its main purpose that to my understanding is to create an ontological and mytheologial (*) cerebration on the subject dealt.
I did enjoy this work. Thank You for the courageous sharing of this free thinking exquisite piece.
(*) — I coined the word "Mytheology and its related verb, adjective and adverb". It is a contraction of mythology and theology. Mytheologize, mytheologizing, mytheologized. Mytheologic, mytheological, mytheologically.
Healthy creative and accomplishing week!
In respect and admiration,
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I love the way you look at things and happenings and the manner in which you share your interpretations, Kenny. Thank you. Love and peace to you,