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Tagore, Rabindranath - The Gardener - Do you hear the message of the hereafter



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

 "Ah, poet, the evening draws near; your hair is turning grey.
"Do you in your lonely musing hear the message of the hereafter?"

 "It is evening," the poet said, "and I am listening because some
   one may call from the village, late though it be.
"I watch if young straying hearts meet together, and two pairs of
   eager eyes beg for music to break their silence and speak for
"Who is there to weave their passionate songs, if I sit on the
   shore of life and contemplate death and the beyond?

 "The early evening star disappears.
"The glow of a funeral pyre slowly dies by the silent river.
"Jackals cry in chorus from the courtyard of the deserted house
   in the light of the worn-out moon.
"If some wanderer, leaving home, come here to watch the night and
   with bowed head listen to the murmur of the darkness, who is
   there to whisper the secrets of life into his ears if I,
   shutting my doors, should try to free myself from mortal bonds?

 "It is a trifle that my hair is turning grey.
"I am ever as young or as old as the youngest and the oldest of
   this village.
"Some 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.
They all have need for me, and I have no time to brood over the
"I am of an age with each, what matter if my hair turns grey?"

The source of the experience

Tagore, Rabindranath

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