George Harrison: The Mystic Beatle


The Mystic

Hare KRSNA, hare KRSNA, he sang

And, in doing so, opened the West up:

Regardless of how each fills his soul’s cup,

Religion plays a part for Yin and Yang.

Indirectly involved, the need to hang

Spiritual Avatars, our stirrup

Over the Beast, makes Man a toothless pup:

Not able to cut out the Tiger’s Fang.

Great men have led the way over the years,

Enabling some to understand that they’ve

Obligations to themselves and others.

Religious Mystics cry bittersweet tears,

Grieving that Man cannot even be saved,

Ere he meets his Spiritual Brothers.

Sonnet XXVI

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