Sunday, June 2, 2019

In Whose image

(1351)  Aruna rage nava anurage

With colors crimson and with new affection,
What is this sweetness You have lavished?
Freshly bathed and dabbed with tiny beads of rain,
On daybreak-shapes lightly You have applied paint.

Through green leaves with picture streaked
And through the eyes of forest does so lovely...
Through the magic that You coated upon diverse drawings...
What is its similarity, what likeness have You preserved?

In the azure firmament with the rumble of dark clouds
And in the forest rustling, You aroused that sound...
That melody reproduced in silver founts...
To which songsmiths have You taught it?

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1 comment:

  1. The images of this world are facsimiles of What, and Who is the artist?