In the temple of a patient god
You chose exile in rain-drenched mountains.
You stayed in the house of a patient god
and were adorned with grace.
What do we need with temples? I said –
this is just a place.
Make the human soul the sacred space;
rain, the rootless river, remembered
from god and childhood.
You chose exile in rain-swept mountains.
It all leads to the void –
the beauty of delusion and
the peace of pain.
As for you, you observed
the serenity of primroses, and wept.
Drifted off in his arms, as if you didn't exist.
A journey shall be made to the mountains.
We can ask god to send us
a human: a sign.
Let's listen to that music again.
Return to the place where we're still making love.