The Dharma Gate is Boundless: Poem & Photographs by Miriam Sagan

Itoshima, Japan

Mark Di Suvero, Storm King, NY

huge sculpture
criss crossing beams
frame the hill
red metal
like a Shinto shrine
marking Fujiyama
sculptor
in his wheelchair
watches the crane
lift and bolt
his scaffolding
to the sky

5 thoughts on “The Dharma Gate is Boundless: Poem & Photographs by Miriam Sagan

  1. Thanks Michael. Doing some research, I was happy to see Di Suvero actually walked again after his construction accident. As a child, seeing these, I always imagined him reaching from a chair…

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