Timeless, countless, no intervals

In every breath I take,
Some 4 seconds apart

In every beat of my heart,
About 75 times a minute

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MEGHDOOT (*Cloud Messenger)

Inspired by one of Kālidāsa‘s (considered among Sanskrit’s greatest poets) most famous masterpieces, here’s my 21st century English version, with creative license.
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This took off from a song I came across.Now traditional Indian folk music is not my everyday cup of tea, but there’s something about the tune that hooked me. The lyrics are about a lover who’s remembering and missing her man who’s gone off elsewhere in search of work.

  • AVE HITCHKI – Hindi for “I’ve got the hiccups”.
    According to old folklore, hiccups occur when someone is thinking about you.

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