I Have Fallen in Love
Oh dear strangers, you hear, I have fallen in love,
Oh dear brothers be sure, Love is now my glove.
Cutting the wings of illusion, I have fixed my mind,
Learning the art of fly, now I have flown with wind.
I have left out attachment, within for changing matter,
I have developed in my love, now it is far better.
Love has come within me, breaking the turbulent flow.
Now I have understood life, now my inner spirit glow.
I have opened my eyes properly; I have fixed my vision,
I have found my path truly, now I have taken a decision.
I have fixed my destiny dear, kept my lesson in revision,
Following the path of Father now has become provision.
God has called us sweet children, awake and follow him,
God has given us cloud and rain, along with vigour and vim.
I have realized his presence, cannot live at all in absence,
He has strengthened us; he has now increased my patience.
Oh dear friends in cheer, sing the glory of father,
My dear sweet pals, do not fear, at all do not bother.
I am in love forever you hear; I am a singing flying dove,
I have fallen in love of God sure, towards heaven you shove.
Father is beloved ever; searches, us to save in kind,
Supreme in power he is, with love he ever does bind.
Keeping him in heart, in beat, in mind is duty of above,
Oh dear people of world you hear, I have fallen in love.
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