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Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Since this photos left such an impression that it is unnecessary to comment on anything, we have decided to serve them with Tagore verses (of the clouds of course).

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

My heart, the bird of the wilderness, has found its sky in your eyes.
They are the cradle of the morning, they are the kingdom of the stars.
My songs are lost in their depths.
Let me but soar in that sky, in its lonely immensity.
Let me but cleave its clouds and spread wings in its sunshine.

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

I remember a day in my childhood I floated a paper boat in the
ditch.
It was a wet day of July; I was alone and happy over my play.
I floated my paper boat in the ditch.

Suddenly the storm clouds thickened, winds came in gusts, and
rain poured in torrents.
Rills of muddy water rushed and swelled the stream and sunk my
boat.
Bitterly I thought in my mind that the storm came on purpose to
spoil my happiness; all its malice was against me.

The cloudy day of July is long today, and I have been musing over
all those games in life wherein I was loser.
I was blaming my fate for the many tricks it played on me, when
suddenly I remembered the paper boat that sank in the ditch.

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Why did he choose to come to my door, the wandering youth, when
the day dawned?
As I come in and out I pass by him every time, and my eyes are
caught by his face.
I know not if I should speak to him or keep silent. Why did he
choose to come to my door?

The cloudy nights in July are dark; the sky is soft blue in the
autumn; the spring days are restless with the south wind.
He weaves his songs with fresh tunes every time.
I turn from my work and my eyes fill with the mist. Why did he
choose to come to my door?

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Come as you are; do not loiter over your toilet.
If your hair has loosened, if the parting of your hair be not straight,
if the ribbons of your bodice be not fastened, do not mind.
Come as you are; do not loiter over your toilet.

Come with quick steps over the grass.
If the radddle come from your feet because of the dew,
if the rings of bells upon your feet slacken, if pearls drop out of your chain,
do not mind.
Come with quick steps over the grass.

Do you see the clouds wrapping the sky?
Flocks of cranes fly up from the further river-bank
and fitful gusts of wind rush over the heath.
The anxious cattle run to their stalls in the village.
Do you see the clouds wrapping the sky?

In vain you light your toilet lamp – it flickers and goes out in the wind.
Who can know that your eyelids have not been touched with lampblack?
For your eyes are darker than rain-clouds.
In vain you light your toilet lamp – it goes out.

Come as you are; do not loiter over your toilet.
If the wreath is not woven, who cares; if the wrist-chain has not been linked,
let it be.
The sky is overcast with clouds – it is late.
Come as you are; do not loiter over your toilet.

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

Spectacular Photos of Clouds

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