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The Boatman's Song 22/ Many
The Boatman’s Song 22/Many After the Boatman left for the Palace of Malla To rescue his love, on the advise of Urveshi* There was no one to witness and see The throbbing and weeping heart of Urveshi* She knew that her liking for the Boatman Was getting more and more deep Although, she was aware that it was not the Boatman’s fault That her liking was changing gradually into love Tarang* knew that Urveshi* was in deep thoughts And also that in her mind, a conflict was still going on, To leave the Boatman and the earth, and go to heaven or To stay a little more here on earth So that she may at least hear, few more songs of her serene love If not for ever, at least for some times more Such was the powerful attraction of earth That it became difficult for Urveshi,* to leave its alluring charms Tarang* reading her mind intervened and said My dear Princess charming, I know what you are thinking But remember one thing Urveshi,* that now it would be very difficult Even for the boatman, to keep on singing those songs and melodies As his hidden quality of warrior like man, has come–up Leaving behind, his heart felt songs and melodies This man is an extra ordinary human, and for the sake of his motherland He can sacrifice any thing including his love Such is the beauty of this land Urveshi, which has given birth, To a gem like Chandragupta,* whom we know as the Boatman* And his life is going to change completely, And you would find it very soon Perhaps then, it would not be possible for him, To sing those melodies, even if he want to give you a song And such is the fate of human heart Urveshi*, where poetry flows only When the mind and heart both, overflows with powerful feelings Emerging from the depths of one’s soul, And from every nook and core of human heart Urveshi’s* heart still wanted to preserve, the memories of these moments Which she wanted to keep with her for ever To bloom like a fragrant flower, in her loving heart Spreading the fragrance of love, throughout her future life As that was going to be, a treasure for her in heaven, For ever and for ever It was a difficult time for Urveshi* to control her deep emotions Ravindra to continue on 23/……… Kanpur India 24th January 2010 * Urveshi (One of the beloved Apsaras of Indra * Chandragupta. Name of the Boatman. His full name was Chandragupta Maurya, Born in 340 BC * Tarang (A nymph) A name. Tarang is a Hindi word means waves
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