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Dark Friend, What Can I Say?

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Dark Friend, what can I say?
This love I bring
from distant lifetimes is ancient,
do not revile it.
Seeing your elegant body
I am ravished.
Visit our courtyard, hear the women
singing old hymns
On the square I've laid
out a welcome of teardrops,

body and mind I surrendered ages ago,
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Bharati Nayak 03 March 2019

On the square I've laid out a welcome of teardrops, body and mind I surrendered ages ago, taking refuge wherever your feet pass. Mira flees from lifetime to lifetime, your virgin - - - - -An exquisitely beautiful poem of love and devotion- - - -

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Gajanan Mishra 03 March 2019

Lifetime to lifetime, great devotion, absolute truth

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Ramesh T A 03 March 2019

Divine love of Lord Krishna is everlasting according to Mira, a staunch devotee of Krishna and her devotion is an example for others to follow to enjoy eternal bliss in life!

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Frank withrow 26 April 2018

Sounds like my kind of poetry

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Nizar 07 February 2018

Thanks

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Varsha M 26 May 2021

Very true words.

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Dr Antony Theodore 03 March 2020

wherever your feet pass. Mira flees from lifetime to lifetime, your virgin. Mira Bhai the great devotee of God who has inspired millions. tony

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Rajnish Manga 03 March 2020

Supreme devotional poems and spiritual songs have not lost their grasp on the readers. Thanks.

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Mahtab Bangalee 03 March 2020

Seeing your elegant body I am ravished. Visit our courtyard, hear the women.......//// excellent, excellent expression on the invocation for the unseen, unknown all mighty friend/// certainly beautiful

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Kumarmani Mahakul 03 March 2020

This is a beautiful poem on love and devotion. I appreciate the beauty of inscription.

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