|Yasodhara (Princess Bimba who became Ven. Bhaddakaccana): I know we had an agreement from many lives back, and I know I knew where you were and how you were advancing as did your parents, but I still missed you like you said: All things are subject to separation. Thank you for coming back to save me, your son, Shakyians and the world. MORE|
How not to hit the mark he seems to aim at,
His technique how to vary the avoidance.
Throws to be a moment misunderstood.
But every seeming aberration willed.
Making the batter understand too late.
|SID: When then think I'll zag, I zig.|
("Diet Mountain Dew") Is Lana Del Rey a "poet"? Probably not, but she's a great singer-songwriter. One can imagine Yasodhara was a beauty like this, a pampered noblewoman living a life of luxury in a faraway kingdom along the rich Silk Road.