My Polar Star

I have made You the polar star of my
existence; never again can I lose my way in the
voyage of life.

Wherever I go, You are always there to
shower your benefience all around me. Your face
is ever present before my mind's eyes.

If I lose sight of You even for a moment, I
almost lose my mind.

Whenever my heart is about to go astray, just
a glance of You makes it feel ashamed of itself.

by Rabindranath Tagore

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we did not want the instrumental, we want someone to read it
So full of fun and fitness, and a-singing in their pride; For some are cold as clabber and the corby picks the brains of them, And some are back in Blighty, and a-wishing they had died. And yet it seems but yesterday Beautiful.A nicely written poem.
Lovely refrain, which is written using English and French language.
Good-bye, Piccadilly, Farewell, Lester Square: It's a long, long way to Tipperary, But my heart's right there. The song of a soldier that tugs at your heart strings!
A brilliantly envisioned great patriotic marching song sung by soldiers marching in columns towards battlefield Thanks for sharing it here.
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