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Lalita Sahasranamam
by Julia Dutta
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  At dawn and at dusk
I sit at your feet
A flood of tears flowing
Washing your feet'
You place your precious hands on my head

My mind is empty save your beautiful face
Your tender kajal - lined eyes
Your benevolent smile
Fill my inner vision

How many times and how many names
Shall I call you by?
A thousand and eight names they say are yours
But I, who can hardly speak through these tears
Am choked.

All names that stir my soul are yours
All roads lead to you.

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August 12, 2007
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