Rajendran Muthiah

Gold Star - 15,034 Points (16.03.1950)

Soliloquy (By St. Thiruvalluvar In Tamil) - Poem by Rajendran Muthiah

1241.O my heart! Don’t you know of some medicine to tell?
The love-sickness in me to quell.
1242.Be blessed my heart! Withoutlove on you he look his leave.
It is a folly to expect him and grieve.
1243.O my heart! Why do you here think and pine?
when he who caused this love-lorn pain, pities not on me.
1244.My heart! Take my eyes with you when you visit him.
Or else, longing to see him, they wear my life away.
1245.My heart! When I am impassioned of him, he has no passion.
For that, is there any way to abandon my hero?
1246.My heart! When you see our embracing and soothing lover,
Don’t feign resentful.But accuse him as cruel in absence.
1247.Good heart! Give up either love or shame.
I cannot endure both of them.
1248.My heart! You are a fool to grieve and go after him
who doesn’t come back soon to shower love on me.
1249.My heart! When the lover is within your mind
To whom would you repair seeking him?
1250.We keep him in mind, who left us with no embrace.
So it is sure to lose our beauty.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 6, 2015

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