Her Empty Bed

I thought
the beautiful bed
in her cozy room
with lucent curtain
would be able to
be filled soon enough
with sizzling love sprinkled
with unquenchable desire and
uncomparable contentment and
unfathomable gratitude, but

the bed is still empty
where only deep sighs
of two hearts are lingering around and
where irresistible longing
for each other’s things
refuses to give up and
where the hope for joy of
feeling touching breathing tossing
is still alive and
never ceases to exist

saying

not all beds are supposed
to be filled and
some nooks look beautiful
when empty and

having me say
nah! Not my bed!

The Empty Tomb

When the night flees
With a piercing shriek in the throes of death
After catching the sight of sun’s thin fingernails,
She, fearless because of being in deep love,
To the graveyard.
She, a fool who believes the rumor that
Jesus will be alive again,
To the tomb where Jesus is buried.

The huge stone that only Goliath could move
Has been removed.
The tomb is empty and
Filled with scent of Jesus
With Jesus’ body nowhere in sight.
“The rumor was true!”
Her belief has been verified
Just like this.

When the fresh sun
Delivers the news of resurrection
To each tomb one by one
Like a paper boy,
The man who is walking down ahead
Showing his back to the tomb,
Is he the Lord?

“Thank you, my Lord!”
She, getting rained on
With the streaming-down sunlight and
Wiping Jesus’ five wounds joyfully
With her sizzling tears.

Now
Whose blessing will be the empty tomb?

Empty Miracles

Not that there are not miracles, not that there are not supernatural phenomena; but we seek them because our minds and hearts are so poor, so empty, so wretched, so ugly, and we think we can overcome that poverty of mind and heart by seeking those miracles, running and chasing after phenomena. — Jidu Krishnamurti

Jidu’s correct.
His point is in line with Jesus’ words.
Jesus lamented people’s hollow pursuit
For physical bread rather than eternal life
He is willing to provide.
Yeah!
Religiously devout people are chasing after miracles,
No matter what kind of religion or denomination they belong to.
Jidu’s right.
People’s minds, hearts and spirits are
So poor,
So empty,
So wretched,
So ugly.
They are human.
They are made that way.
So they need miracles and other worldly things to fill their void.
Didn’t Jesus too perform lots of miracles to attract people?
Yeah.
Krishnamurti is as rich as Jesus spiritually.
Krishnamurti is jammed with beautiful spirits.
Krishnamurti is as happy as a singing bird by my window.
Krishnamurti is more handsome than Tom Cruise.
Is this guy human?
Was this guy so spiritual when he was born?
Maybe half-human half-god?
He agrees that there are miracles then
What are miracles for?
Who needs miracles really?
What kind of people do miracles look for?
Miracles that appears before the empty people
Who seek them all the time are real miracles?
They are empty miracles.
If you are yearning for something,
It will appear, but it is usually illusion…
Well, it maybe gives some comfort just like a drug.
Karl Marx said, “Religion is the opium of the people”.
He was true.
Religion is an absolutely necessary drug for the people who are
So poor,
So empty,
So wretched,
So ugly.
So are empty miracles.
However, miracle works
No matter empty or not
No matter real or not
No matter from God or not
No matter it’s a miracle or not.