O My Dear Poet, What You Have Said
Is difficult for me
I am very much afraid of You
O my dear poet, You are
Fully absorbed in the thought
Of the Supreme Truth.
See me I am in this material world
I dare not offend You
O my dear poet, offending You
Is very dangerous I know.
O my dear poet, I pray, excuse me for my faults
And make me understand the Supreme Truth that is in You.
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And I fear not the wind not the fire not the thunderbolts but only the poet.
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