Daily Archives: August 5, 2016

Poem – Written In Her French Psalter

No crooked leg, no bleared eye, No part deformed out of kind,  Nor yet so ugly half can be As is the inward suspicious mind.  Advertisements

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Poem – Oh Fortune

Oh, Fortune! how thy restlesse wavering state Hath fraught with cares my troubled witt! Witnes this present prisonn, whither fate Could beare me, and the joys I quitt. Thou causedest the guiltie to be losed From bandes, wherein are innocents … Continue reading

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Poem – Saints, We are the Traders of Rama’s Name

Saints, we are the traders of Rama’s name! Merchants from distant villages come to us Saints, we are the traders of Rama’s name! Our goods happen to be modest and to everyone’s taste; All castes come to us for purchase. … Continue reading

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Poem – Recite O Parrot King Rama’s Name 

Recite O parrot King Rama’s name! Sati Sita instructs. Dangling the cage near her, she makes him rehearse. ‘ I will have green bamboo shoots fetched, I will make a pretty cage and deck it with exquisite jewels! Recite O … Continue reading

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