The Gardener Rabinadrath Tagore

ISBN: 9781463517731

Published: May 1st 2011

Paperback

94 pages


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The Gardener  by  Rabinadrath Tagore

The Gardener by Rabinadrath Tagore
May 1st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 94 pages | ISBN: 9781463517731 | 5.36 Mb

Please, make me the gardener of your flower garden, a lover asks his beloved. He calls himself a servant and his beloved the queen. He dreams to serve her idle days. He wants to keep fresh the grassy path where she walks in the morning- he wantsMorePlease, make me the gardener of your flower garden, a lover asks his beloved. He calls himself a servant and his beloved the queen. He dreams to serve her idle days. He wants to keep fresh the grassy path where she walks in the morning- he wants her feet to be greeted with praise at every step by the flowers.

And what he wants for his reward? He asks to be allowed to hold her little fists like tender lotus-buds and slip flower chains over her wrists- to tinge the soles of her feet with the red juice of flower petals and kiss away the speck of dust that may chance to linger there. This is the way Rabindranath Tagore, the greatest Indian poet of all times, introduce us to this enchanted collection of poems, poems that touch the most profound strings of our hearts. His poems tell us about love and life - and they are rich with the description of nature and beauty.

Anybody that loves or has loved cannot remain indifferent to his poems. Some readers have smiles, sweet and simple, and some a sly twinkle in their eyes. Some have tears that well up in the daylight, and others tears that are hidden in the gloom. But we all have need for him, the poet, who is ever as young or as old as the youngest and the oldest of the village.

His poems tell us of impossible love - like the love of the free bird and the cage bird. They also tell of secret love, the lovers emotions, a lovers story, and of lovers departing. Readers of Tagores classic poems will feel as if they are visiting a flower garden full of scents and beauty, in a magical, ancient kingdom.



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