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Sant Surdas

(1478 - 1581 / India)

Krishna Goes To The Woods


O Krishna, darling of Gokula, awake

I have brought you milk, curd and sugar-candy come and partake of these delicacies: your pals are at the door, calling you to play; the sun has risen and it's time to go to the woods.

Hearing her words Krishna joyfully arose and after breakfasting departed for the woods Says Suradasa, my heart's always where the Lord is.

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004

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