Wednesday, March 14, 2012

A thought related with Rebkong Self Immolation



< A thought related with Rebkong Self Immolation>




I heard, my mother went to Rebkong

As pilgrim, I knew that she visited Kumbum monastery

I also heard, she attended a Buddhist teaching there

But Today Morning, I hear a monk in fire

... And his yellow robe caught the fire

And his life set on the fire

Shall I extinguish the fire of life?

Morning sun goes under my pillow

I see the painful death, burning bodies

I start to cry, the miserable blanket wrapped me

My people are dying , my mother is crying :

Lama Chen , blessing my people , set them free

from suffering

The Long March Back Home- Tibet

Sunday, March 4, 2012

IF




If…

If the world is my body, I burn
The body of world, I am fire
Of truth, my people said
If the world is my mirror, I see
Not myself, I am not I am
Breathing in under the mask of world
If the world is my reality, I read
The suffering my people, 
But you don’t know how blind this world is
This real world of us, too blind to us-Tibet
I wish I were the fire of this world
To burn all eye of your black heart
Let you see through my mirror
The painful human, my people in Tibet
Take off your mask, show me your real face

Losar- Water Dargon Year







Losar ལོ་གསར


–Water Dargon year ཆུ་འབྲུག་ལོའི་ ལོ་ གསར




The butter lamps Of suffering
Illumine your sorrowful soul
From the land of snow
my words with
inauspicious thundering’s shook heaven

the fire of pain
burning through this night
the night of darkness
death is rebirth
reborn the spirit of mountain
from the bottom of ocean

my songs of Tashi Delek
waved through the depth of ocean-
wisdom with compassion
surely arise over the eastern sky

but the countless misery
of life at home
on this earth
I believe
“we shall over come”
one day
I hold your hands infront of potala
Sing a song
Tashi lolek –Happy New year.

གངས་རིའི་ལྗོངས་ནས་
མྱ་ངན་གྱི་མཆོད་མེས་
ཁྱེད་ཀྱི་སྡུག་བསྔལ་གྱི་རྣམ་ཤེས་ལ་འོད་སྣང་་འབར་པས
བདག་གི་སྙན་ཚིག་གི་འབྲུག་སྐད་ཀྱིས
ལྷ་ཡུལ་དཀྲུག་བྱུང

མཚན་མོ་འདིར་ གདུང་ སེམས་་ཀྱི་་མེ་ལྕེ་ཡིས
མུན་ནག་གི་མཚན་མོེར་ལ་འོད་ཟེར་འཕྲོད
འཆི་བ་ནི་སྐྱེ་པ་ཕྱི་མ་ཡིན

སྙིང་རྗེའི་འཚོ་མོ་ལས་འཕྱོ་བའི
བཀྲིས་བདེ་ལེགས་ཀྱི་ རྦ་རླབས
ཤར་ཕྱོགས་གྱི་མཁའ་དབྱིངས་ལ་འོད་སྣང་སྟེར

ས་སྒང་འདིར་ གངས་ཅན་པས
རང་ཁྱིམ་དུ
སྡུག་བསྔལ་གྲང་མེད་མྱོང་བྱུ
བདག་གིས་ རེ་སྨོན་ལ
ཉིན་ཞིག
ང་ཚོས་བསྡུག་ངལ་ཡོད་ཚོད་རབ་ཏུ་བཅོམ་ནས
ཕོ་བྲང་པོ་ཏ་ལ་མདུན་དུ་ ཁྱེད་ཀྱི་ལག་ཟུང་འཇུ་ནས
བཀྲིས་ལོ་ལེགས་གྱི་གླུ་དབྱངས་ལེན
2012/2/21

Saturday, March 3, 2012

She -Acha Woeser La




She –acha woeser la

In the cold beijing morning
She would be arrested in her small house
By the cold snow mixed rain
at  the heart of chinaBeijing –far away her home.(Tibet)

I heard her voices through wind
I should open widely my window
Allow the wind carried her word
A word of truth and justice

She –my sister, a tearful sister
Even in the winter, she could endure
The frozen icy Beijing cold wind and
Facing the jeopardy to tell reality

My sister, acha woeser la
She is true flower , every March
Opening her brave or beautiful flower
And give us a beautiful free word
Let Tibetan free, let Tibetan free.

- 阿佳唯色啦

在寒冷的北京凌晨
在远离她的家乡(图博特)
在中国的心脏(北京),在在她的小房子里,
她会被一阵凄凉雪夹雨 逮捕

我从风里听到她的声音
我应该把我的窗敞开
让风带着她的词汇
一个真理和正义的诗词

-我的姐姐,含泪的姐姐
即使在冬天,她可以忍受
刺骨结冰北京的寒风
面对寒冷的危险,告诉我们真相。

阿佳唯色啦她是真理的花朵,
每年三月,盛开她的勇敢或美丽的花
并给我们一个美丽的词:
让图博特人自由,让图博特人自由

写于20123月三日夜,

The Last Night Song



The Last Night song


Again , in a night
The devilish dream held me 
In their arm and
A restless heart
Wandering in Bardo*

Again ,in one corner of sadness
Breathing life of night
In the eye of beauty
Saw the traceless pain

Again, in a darkness
Rising my hand
To hold a wound-
The last remaining history

Again, a sadness line
With beautiful melody
With sorrowful word
To create the last night song
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Note: * The Tibetan word Bardo means literally "intermediate state" - also translated as "transitional state" or "in-between state".

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