This verse is about the immortal soul of river Ganga and also about my friend who danced bharatham in the praise of the river, delivering a noble cause of saving Ganga from pollution.
Thank you Kala Sathanalaya for an uncompromising performance. Words will be lost to explain the impact you created and the standing ovation is just a token of our gratitude. We will join hands to see a cleanly ganga, we are in her debt for she washes away all our sins with the purity of her immortal soul. Jagath paavani Ganga..
Thavam kidanthom un paatham tharai thoda,
Nathanin mudi thadai thaandi
Vanthai varam thanthai, vevveru peyaril paar engum padarnthai
Enthan sogamum thaagamum theerka vantha gangaiye
Un vithai illatha uyir piriyathu! endrum un pugal sollum bharathamey.
She was in the blind
a little green grass likewise
One day it stormed and rained, yet
her fragrance bloomed his broken heart
She said ‘Don’t be afraid,
you will never walk in the dark alone.
One day the sun will shine
taking us to the world we always dreamed about’
Leaning on a wall like an autumn evening,
in peach & a pose with her curly hair
Hot like a star and kiss like a rain,
she did whip my heart for a magical sail
Fluttering butterflies stirred our soul,
sparkling eyes danced along
In the eternal pool of love, we were together,
said to each other, now and forever
Hurt took us apart, you left your heart
carrying it i walked, making you a part in my every path
I stood forsaken and called it heaven,
never did one knew, you are the hell who walked me to the door bell.