Three poems by Martyn Crucefix

Three poems from the Daodejing   Scorched earth chapter 30 The government—teaches Berenice— should oppose conquest by force of arms. Such methods swiftly rebound. Thorns and brambles where troops assemble; armies raised to the future’s scorched earth. Rather, the leader pursues his purpose then halts—will not overstep advantage. Achieves his aims but does not glory in them. Does not boast, admire, decorate himself. Pursues his … Continue reading Three poems by Martyn Crucefix