Here are a couple of his pieces. Like the best thinkers, he cuts straight to the heart of the matter with admirable efficiency.
The Heart of Interdependent Origination
The whole world is cause and effect; excluding this, there is no sentient being.
From factors which are empty, empty factors originate.
Those who impute origination to even very subtle entities are unwise and have not seen the meaning of conditioned origination.
There is nothing to be denied and nothing to be affirmed.
See the real correctly, for he who sees the real correctly is released.
Adoration to the Three Treasures
I bow down to the all-powerful Buddha
Whose mind is free of attachment,
Who, in his compassion and wisdom,
Has taught the inexpressible.
In truth there is no birth -
And thus no cessation or liberation;
The Buddha is like the sky
And all beings have that nature.
Neither Samsara nor Nirvana exist.
All things originate from their conditions
With an intrinsic face of void -
The object of ultimate awareness.
The nature of all things
Appears like a reflection,
Pure and naturally quiescent,
With a non-dual identity of suchness.
The common mind imagines a self
Where there is nothing at all,
And from this arise emotional states -
Happiness, suffering, and equanimity.
The six states of being in Samsara,
The happiness of heaven,
The suffering of hell,
Are all false creations, figments of mind.
Likewise the ideas of bad action causing suffering,
Old age, disease and death,
And the idea that virtue leads to happiness,
Are mere ideas, unreal notions.
Like an artist frightened
By the devil he paints,
The sufferer in Samsara
Is terrified by his own imagination.
Like a man caught in quicksands
Thrashing and struggling about,
So beings drown
In the mess of their own thoughts.
Mistaking fantasy for reality
Causes an experience of suffering;
Mind is poisoned by interpretations
Of the nature of objects.
Dissolving figment and fantasy
With a mind of compassionate insight,
Remain in perfect awareness
In order to help all beings.
By developing unsurpassable bodhi,
One should become a Buddha.
A Buddha is a friend of the world,
Being freed from the bondage of false notions.
Knowing the relativity of all,
The ultimate truth is always seen;
Dismissing the idea of beginning, middle and end
The flow is seen as Emptiness.
So all samsara and nirvana is seen as it is -
Empty and insubstantial,
Naked and changeless,
Eternally quiescent and illumined.
As the figments of a dream
Dissolve upon waking,
So the confusion of Samsara
Fades away in enlightenment.
Idealising things of no substance
As eternal, substantial and satisfying,
Shrouding them in a fog of desire
The samsaric round of existence arises.
The nature of beings is unborn
Yet commonly beings are conceived to exist;
Both beings and their ideas
Are false beliefs.
It is nothing but an artifice of mind
This birth into an illusory becoming,
Into a world of good and evil action
With good or bad rebirth to follow.
When the wheel of mind ceases to turn
All things come to an end.
There is nothing inherently substantial
And all things are utterly pure.
Who can reach the other side of samsara,
Which is full of the water of false notions?
How can these false notions arise in a man
Who thoroughly knows this world?