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Eating Dead Flesh 猪吃死人肉 Poems with Pete

Eating Dead Flesh 猪吃死人肉


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Eating Dead Flesh 猪吃死人肉 Poems with Pete

Today's Poem with Pete brings you blood, guts, and wisdom. We'll take a look at 猪吃死人肉, a poem by Hán Shān 寒山. This profound and gory poem makes us look hard at our assumptions about eating, dying, and living. See here for an interesting Chinese interpretation. And see the Vamalikirti sutra here.

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