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object:3.1.11 - Appeal
book class:Collected Poems
author class:Sri Aurobindo
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Appeal
Thy youth is but a noon, of night take heed, -
A noon that is a fragment of a day,
And the swift eve all sweet things bears away,
All sweet things and all bitter, rose and weed.
For others' bliss who lives, he lives indeed.
But thou art pitiful and ruth shouldst know.
I bid thee trifle not with fatal love,
But save our pride and dear one, O my dove,
And heaven and earth and the nether world below
Shall only with thy praises peopled grow.
Life is a bliss that cannot long abide,
But while thou livest, love. For love the sky
Was founded, earth upheaved from the deep cry
Of waters, and by love is sweetly tied
The golden cordage of our youth and pride.
(Suggested by an old Bengali poem)

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1:Thy youth is but a noon, of night take heed. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Translations 3.1.11 - Appeal,
2:For others’ bliss who lives, he lives indeed. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Translations 3.1.11 - Appeal,
3:Life is a bliss that cannot long abide,    But while thou livest, love. For love the sky    Was founded, earth upheaved from the deep cryOf waters, and by love is sweetly tiedThe golden cordage of our youth and pride. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Translations 3.1.11 - Appeal,

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