The Diamond Teaching of the Buddha ends in the following poem. The Buddha said that if you learned it and tried to understand it, the benefits would be, well, absurdly great. So memorize it. Dare ya.
A phantom, dewdrops, a lightning strike,
A burning candle, skewed vision, the morning star;
These are to illustrate what all things are like --
Like dreams! — may you notice that all things are…
From The Diamond Teaching (Vajracchedika Prajna Paramita Sutra)
tr. by Sol Ta TrianeFeaturing the Buddha in a discussion with his disciple, SubhutiRecorded by the disciple, Ananda