The married pair has lived like one alone;
their communion, mute and cold as a stone,
settles them in the dreary mood of night.
When in their house, a guest-foot sets on sight,
delight like the sun ascends in their eyes;
when to themselves they are left, the blaze dies
in their eyes. Hence both seek to walk the road
to heaven to occupy their abode.
Topic(s) of this poem: marriage
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