A Reading with Commentary by David Rome - Free admission
Nowhere is Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s inner life more accessible than in his poetry. Composed “on the tongue,” Trungpa Rinpoche’s poems are filled with striking imagery, passion, humor, tenderness, and pride. They contain personal reflections, appreciations as well as satirical critiques of his students, incisive social commentary, evocations of enlightened society, and spontaneous flashes of profound teaching.
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