Daily Archives: November 16, 2015

The Further Bank – Rabindranath Tagore

I long to go over there to the further bank of the river.  Where those boats are tied to the bamboo poles in a line;  Where men cross over in their boats in the morning with  ploughs on their shoulders … Continue reading

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Stray Birds 11- 20 – Rabindranath Tagore

11  SOME unseen fingers, like idle breeze,  are playing upon my heart the music of the ripples.  12  ‘WHAT language is thine, O sea?’  ‘The language of eternal question.’  ‘What language is thy answer, O sky?  ‘The language of eternal … Continue reading

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Stray Birds 1 – 10 – Rabindranath Tagore

1  STRAY birds of summer come to my window  to sing and fly away.  And yellow leaves of autumn,  which have no songs,  flutter and fall there with a sigh.  2  O TROUPE of little vagrants of the world,  leave … Continue reading

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May Not Be – Happy Hannah

When can I be your necessity?  May not be today,  May not be tomorrow  May not be the day till I die.  I’ve known you for so long,  Loved you for ages.  But you still can’t read my longing eyes.

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The Mother – Happy Hannah

When life is harder than she thinks,  she becomes stronger than she used to be.  She struggles to survive all her life,  dealing with obstacles as best she could.  Not only for one life she owns  but also for her … Continue reading

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