Harekrishna Meher

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Harekrishna Meher Poems

1. Ten Incarnations Of God: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
2. The Beauteous Moon : Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
3. Music, Devotion, Eros And Literature: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
4. Spring Enjoyable: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
5. Rama’s Coronation In The Vision Of Sita 1/14/2010
6. River Tamasa: Philosophy Of Life 1/14/2010
7. Supreme Divine Voice 1/21/2010
8. Sweet Words Of Poet Jayadeva 1/3/2011
9. Sylvan Beauty (Vana-Lakshmi) 1/22/2010
10. Sita And Chitrakuta Mountain: Tapasvini 9/20/2012
11. Song Of The Beloved Maiden 1/7/2013
12. Song Of The Lover 1/7/2013
13. Song For The Poet 1/7/2013
14. Song For Recognition 1/7/2013
15. Song For The Mother 1/7/2013
16. Time Eternal 1/5/2010
17. Sita In Hermit-Garden: Tapasvini 9/20/2012
18. Rhyme Of Modern Life 11/26/2009
19. Meghaduta: Charm Of Love 1/14/2010
20. The Ambrosial 1/14/2010
21. Maxims From Tapasvini Kavya 1/3/2011
22. Alakā City In Meghaduta 1/14/2010
23. Mango-Blossoms With Sharp Tips: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
24. Free Birds We Are 2/23/2010
25. Gita-Govinda: First Verse 1/14/2010
26. Immortal Sanskrit 1/3/2010
27. Incantations Of Speech 1/21/2010
28. Incantations Of Unity 1/21/2010
29. Life Beautiful 11/27/2009
30. All-Pervading Supreme Being 1/21/2010
31. Divine Doctor: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
32. Baby, The Divine Form 2/6/2010
33. Best Wishes Of New Year 1/21/2010
34. Conjugal Love Of Sita And Rama 1/14/2010
35. Duty Of A King 1/22/2010
36. Exuberance Of Nymphs: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
37. Fierce Tiger: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
38. Fine Face With Five Flowers: Gita-Govinda 5/6/2011
39. Fragrance Of Mother Earth 1/3/2010
40. Accumulated Love: Meghaduta 5/6/2011

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Auspicious Dawn

Auspiciously came
Ushā, the blooming lotus-eyed dame,
in her heart cherishing keenly
thirst for a vision
of the virtuous Jā nakī
Bearing dew-pearls as presentation
in her hands of leafage,
standing forward
in the outer courtyard
of Sī tā ’s cottage,
in cuckoo’s tone spake she:
“O Chaste Lady!
Deign to give your sight;
Dawned the night.”

The saffron costume
of auroral shine,
flowers’ smiling bloom
and tranquil mien
make a room
in the mind to presume:
Some goddess of Yoga reaching the place,
by sweet words giving ...

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Auspicious Dawn

Auspiciously came
Ushā, the blooming lotus-eyed dame,
in her heart cherishing keenly
thirst for a vision
of the virtuous Jā nakī
Bearing dew-pearls as presentation
in her hands of leafage,
standing forward
in the outer courtyard

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