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Only For You by Kuldip Medhi
The conch and temple bells ring The offerings lay out with fragrances and flowers Unknowingly, you and I Are drawn towards each other You hum a tune While I listen Slowly the sky transforms from azure to darkness The clouds pour down in a torrent You are drenched by the downpour I am the umbrella You lie asleep on my bosom I dream on We now are an integral part of each other Wrapped in an unbreakable bond Exchanging- Your eyes are mine, my heart yours My hands are yours, your feet now mine Releasing two thirsty souls Into the open sky, For a handful of sunshine We are now complete The conch and the temple bells ring The offerings lay out with fragrance and flowers. Without knowing it, you and I Have become a burning lamp of love! (Translated from the original in Assamese "Kebol Tomar Babe" by Mrs. Ranjana Sharma)
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