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907. Vandan (a marathi poem)

Tuuch maaze sarvasva...
tuuch adhaar...
tuzvachun jeevan andhakaar...
tujhi maitri jashi
tapalelya maaticha kushit
pahilya pavasachi lahar
jashi.. bhazatya unhaat..
wadaachi ti saavali gaar...
Tuuch maaze sarvasva...
tuuch adhaar...
tuzvachun jeevan andhakaar...

mi tujhich saavali...
tujha shwaasachay parimal
tujha doaat miravnaray mi afaat antar..
nizlelya papanya maghe dadleli
mi tujhi anngai...
tujaach advaitace mi pratibimba...
pavalanchi tujhach pratidhavni..
mi tujhihch saavali...
tujhach shwaasacha parimal
tujha dohaat miravnaray mi afaat antar

* (sarvasva - everything) , (adhar - hope/ support) , (shwasache parimal - scent of your breath) , (antar here means space - infinity) , (advait - spirit) , (pratibimba - reflection) , (pratidhvani - echo) ,

Submitted: Thursday, November 06, 2008

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