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RAMAA


Pluck this little flower and take it,

delay not!  I fear lest it droop

and drop into the dust.


It may not find a place in your garland,

but honor it with a touch of pain from thy

hand and pluck it.  I fear lest the day end

before I am aware. and the time

of offering go by. 


Though its color be not deep and its smell

be faint, use this flower in thy service

and pluck it while there is time.


"Tagore - The Mystic Poet"

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