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Tirado, Jose
José M. Tirado




Rev. José M. Tirado is a poet, writer and Green activist. He is also a Shin Buddhist priest teaching in Iceland. His articles have appeared in CounterPunch, Swans Commentary, Dissident Voice, the Magazine of Green Social Thought: Synthesis/Regeneration and Gurdjieff Internet Guide.



He can be reached through his web site.
 

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Four New Poems On An Old Age





In The End, What Will Really Count





As sweet as your



final



comforting home will be,



Your hands will still touch



the private suffering



of personal voices.







On The Other Side





Beyond the northern moon,



curves the sun,



as Heaven patiently floats the



tingling rain elsewhere



and lights the silky stars.







Remembering Kyoto In August





One sun-dried rose, sad



Lying in the autumn sun



tastes of bitter Time.







The Eternal (Sensual) Return





While standing wonderously



in bundled showers,



the end of summer



found everything waiting



for luscious silhouettes



and soft sensuous thoughts...







All poems © Copyright 2004 José M. Tirado










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