How have affairs changed over the years?
Even Buddha seems aged and weary.
With his magical bowl he tamed the Dragon;
With his powers he guards the Pigeon King.
Beyond the Jade Pass is a dusty vastness;
The Dang River is a roiling whiteness.
On the collapsed pagoda no bells ring;
A profound darkness confronts the sun setting.
A poem on the West Qianfo cave site in Dunhuang, recorded for Master Yimin's instruction and correction.
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