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Home / 1 Hinduism Perspective / Hymn XXVI Sivapuranam Athisiya Pathu The Decad Of Wonder (Release) Translation in English

Hymn XXVI Sivapuranam Athisiya Pathu The Decad Of Wonder (Release) Translation in English

1)
With melting mind I said not, ‘He is gold,’ ‘His is a ruby’s light;’
I languish’d pondering charms of damsels young. Boon indescribable,
Mercies beyond compare, to me were given; He of the flowery foot,
THE FATHER, MADE ME HIS, AND JOINED ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 4 ||

2)
Of righteous deeds I had no thought, nor joined those who think on these;
To sorrows born and deaths, I wandered here. He said, ‘This is my slave.’
He, the Supernal, stood in nearness manifest,- His half, the Queen.
THE FIRST ONE MADE ME HIS, AND JOINED ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 8 ||

3)
Aforetime, that my ‘mighty deeds’ might pass, the Father tiple-eyed,-
Whom all find hard to know, to servant-bands abundantly revealed,-
Who plac’d the crescent moon on ‘braided lock’ of more than golden sheen,
THE SIRE,- HE MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 12 ||

6)
Perpend the one sole cause for which the world a madman nameth me:
I liv’d as others, knew no way to join me to His grace divine;
To deaths, to fallings into direful hells. I gave myself a prey.
THE FATHER, MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 16 ||

5)
I hasted not to join the choirs; I pluck’d no flowers nor worshipped;
A slave to charms of those of perfum’d locks I squander’d gifts of life.
By night our King dances midmost the fires,- the snake amidst His braided hair!
HE MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 20 ||

8)
Through my mere folly I the Letters Five forgot, that speak His sacred Name;
I drew not near those wise in lore divine, longing to share their virtuous deeds.
Born on the earth and dying there mere thing of earth, to earth I gave myself!
THE MIGHTY MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 24 ||

7)
This but untrue, whose walls are flesh, worm-stuffed, decay’d, dripping with all that’s foul,-
This did I take for true, whirled round in sorrow’s sea. He Who of rarest gem,
Of pearl, of ruby, adamant, and coral red,- the gleaming splendour wears,-
MY FATHER, MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 28 ||

8)
Erewhile, that I no more might’bide with Him, He sent, and plac’d me in this cell.
He look’d on me, spake gentlest words of mystery; brake off the yoke; His hand
Upraised, made former falesness cease, removed all fault, filled me with gleaming light:
‘TWAS THUS HE MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 32 ||

9)
Like fragrance hid within the blooming flower, the meaning of this frame
No mortal mind can reach: the Being infinite. That Being I knew not.
I trusted words of fools that pluck the fruit of deeds. From sensual snare to save
THE FATHER, MADE ME HIS, AND JOIN’D ME TO HIS SAINTS:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 36 ||

10)
This hut, with darkness dense, the fruit of ‘mighty deeds,’ I took for wonderful,
Rejoiced, and so was falling into deepest hell. He gave my soul true light!
He that with angry foot and ruddy fire forthwith the triple walls threw down
The true way showed to me in grace, the false destroyed:

SUCH WONDER HAVE WE SEEN! || 40 ||

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