Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Learned One Says. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Every one was sad while they saw
The young lady in tears and wept with sorrow
Before the enlightened one she prayed
Let the life bought back from the death
Her own dear child passed away
That too untimely in tender age
Her hopes are betrayed and ruined forever
Let my prayer may not be futile she cried
The most benevolent one the enlightened one
Heard the story with equanimity of mind
Bring some fresh mustard from a home
Where no one had died before
Definitely I can make miracle to bring back
The soul that gone to heavens
The young lady with a little happiness
Gone to home to home for the mustard
Alas! there was no such a home where not death came
She came back with a negative signal in sorrow
The enlightened one calmly pacified the women
Death is a rule and truth of this world
Pacify yourself and meditate in silence.
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