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In The Mohua Grove
by Kumud Biswas
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  In the mohua grove
The cuckoo is cooing on
Startled I wake up from my sleep
And find my home is empty
The lamp is fluttering in a gentle breeze
Leaving footprints on stale flowers
You have left for a far away alien land
Flowers shed without
Within I shed tears
In the bamboo grove the summer breeze sighs
Come my friend and tell me
Why did you leave me thus
So secretly and suddenly
Without even a word.

Transcreation of the love song - Kuhu kuhu kuhu kuhu koyelia kuhorilo mohua bone - by Kazi Nazrul Islam. Recoding of this song by the legendary singer Sachindev Burman is one of his greatest.
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June 25, 2006
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