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Rabindranath Tagore

Let this be my last word, that I trust in thy love.

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Let me live truly, my Lord, so that death to me become true.

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When all the strings of my life will be tuned, my Master, then at every touch of thine will come out the music of love.

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God comes to me in the dusk of my evening with the flowers from my past kept fresh in his basket.

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We shall know some day that death can never rob us of that which our soul has gained, for her gains are one with herself.

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That love can ever lose is a fact that we cannot accept as truth.

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The smell of the wet earth in the rain rises like a great chant of praise from the voiceless multitude of the insignificant.

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I dream of a star, an island of light, where I shall be born and in the depth of its quickening leisure my life will ripen its works like the ricefield in the autumn sun.

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Tonight there is a stir among the palm leaves, a swell in the sea, Full Moon, like the heart throb of the world. From what unknown sky hast thou carried in thy silence the aching secret of love?

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Cheerless is the day, the light under frowning clouds is like a punished child with traces of tears on its pale cheeks, and the cry of the wind is like the cry of a wounded world. But I know I am travelling to meet my Friend.

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