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Guhai Namasivaya's Poems - (18)
« on: September 20, 2008, 04:59:50 PM »
Vidu Thiru Namam: continues...

1. O Arunachala, the very form of Vedas, the king of silvery
snow capped Himalayas, the snake charmer, who catches
the snake of birth, the wearer of the defective (three digit)
moon, You made me a servant of yours and robbed me of  my
birth (or chastity), by a dance that angels wait to see.

2.  O Arunachala, You were wearing an elephant's skin as
an upper cloth in Daruka forest and were happy.  Who do
you now want in Tiruvannamalai, flowers, sandal paste,
nice perfumes and mruga matha (kasturi) daily in these days?

3. O Arunachala, the swallower of the venomous poison from
the milk-ocean, when devas and demons were fighting for
nectar, how can these gods who take nectar and still die, be
equal to you?  You are the puppeteur and they are the puppets
on your strings.

to be contd....

Arunachala Siva.