The Children of God
Form is emptiness and emptiness is form:
poor in spirit is comforted,
and blessed are they that mourn.
Slender finger bones, sun-white, clean and
tumbled by wind on the sand;
blessed are they that hunger
and thirst after emptiness,
for they shall be filled.
Therefore the wise man's branches
are useless and gnarled,
therefore he does not act.
Blessed are the meek, for the forester
passes them by.
Blessed are the peacemakers
for they shall be
blown out like a candle,
and the end of desire is the end of suffering
and they shall be called the children of God.
Inspired by Qarrtsiluni's next theme, New Classics.