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Do Not Leave Me
(1498 - 1546 / Kudki / India)

Do Not Leave Me

Poem By Mirabai

Do not leave me alone, a helpless woman.
My strength, my crown,
I am empty of virtues,
You, the ocean of them.
My heart's music, you help me
In my world-crossing.
You protected the king of the elephants.
You dissolve the fear of the terrified.

Where can I go? Save my honour
For I have dedicated myself to you
And now there is no one else for me.

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Her poetry is garbage.
A devotional request to the lord by the staunchest and devout devotee urging to come for resque. Great poem.
Oh boy, this is rather lame, though I'm tempted to go an check other poems by this poetess, with the hunch that there's others that are much better in spite of this selection. I suppose that's the idea of featuring her work here, though if someone can recommend any in particular, that will save me some valuable time.
Beautiful lines love for lord Krishna well expressed
Where can I go? Save my honour For I have dedicated myself to you And now there is no one else for me. Mirabai, a great saint poetess whose love for her beloved Krishna is unparalleled, Her poems are full of Bhakti filled with nectar of love. I bow down before this Poetess of selfless love for her God.


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