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smooth transition - haiku

The first Carpe Diem Theme Week is about The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. As I read the inspiring write-up about it, I thought of...

In Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Bhagat Kabir says -

Man mukanḏ jihbā nārā▫in parai na jam kī fāsī. ||

One whose mind is filled with the Lord of liberation,
and whose tongue chants the Name of the Lord,
shall not be caught by the noose of Death.|| 

And here's what I wrote inspired by it-

the transition
soothing and smooth-
kabir says


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