“Can you please crawl out your window?
Use your arms and legs it won’t ruin you
How can you say he will haunt you?
You can go back to him any time you want to”
(Bob Dylan in Can you please crawl out your window?)
"Sad heart, what will the future bring To happier men when we are gone? What golden days shall dawn for them, Transcending all we gaze upon?" (J.A. Symonds in A vista) Liège (B)
"Some, too fragile for winter winds The thoughtful grave encloses -- Tenderly tucking them in from frost Before their feet are cold." (E. Dickinson in Some, too fragile ....) (Liège (B)
“All things are created by the Om;
The love-form is His body.
He is without form, without quality, without decay:
Seek thou union with Him!”
(R. Tagore in Songs of Kabir no. 26)