Wednesday, January 1, 2020

He assumes all misfortune

(1467)  Tumi amar bhalo ceyechile

My welfare You had craved;
You asked nothing in exchange.
On righteous path You'd told to proceed;
No oblation did You take from me.

At nighttime, fearful of the dark,
Lamplight in hand, always with me You had walked.
You have shown the way, You have borne my misery;
But You touched not my offering.

In storm and cyclone, amid strikes of lightning,
You'd protected me like a banyan tree.
On Your head, You've endured all rain and hurricane;
You did not let me get swept away.

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1 comment:

  1. From the sea of life, He consumes all that would make me blue.