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Kinchinjunga Dance
by Durlabh Singh
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  Protected by Dakinis of all pervading wisdom
Blessed by Herukas of the blood drinking kind.

May the retinue of the moon chambers
Keep prevailing in unimpeded motions
Overcoming the shape shifting desires
Disability of all the conceptual notions.

Opening wraths of gods of magical births
With teeth as long as the mountain slabs
And mouth as wide as the planet earth.

Red haired colored as the rust
Of the evil one with matted dust
Honorer of donor of bones in gales
Or of blood linens soaked in entrails.

Spirits of Kinchinjunga dance
Aiding the roots of the corn
Offering as lamps to creatures
Tranquility in high sound features
Removing the accesses in ignorance
Germinating the seeds of fragrance.

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May 25, 2003
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