Ngodup Paljor

was born in , Western Tibet, around 1945. He became a monk at Monastery as a small boy, but when the Chinese occupied Tibet in 1959 he fled to India with his family. In his short life, he was a Tibetan monk, a Thai Theravada monk, translator for the Dalai Lama in Thailand, assistant professor …

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Lost

Since I lost the hiking trail / I sat under a virgin spruce tree

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Homer

Homer – the land gifted / With boundless natural beauty

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Alaskans

Yes, Alaskans, we’ve driven enough plastic vehicles, / Yet they failed to take us to the Virgin Mother Land.

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