venu-nada amrta-ghole, amrta-samana mitha bole,
tina amrte hare kana, hare mana, hare prana,
kemane nari dharibeka cita?"
venu-nada—the vibration of the flute; amrta-ghole—like nectarean buttermilk; amrta-samana—equal to nectar; mitha bole—sweet talking; amrta-samana—exactly like nectar; bhusana-sinjita—the vibration of ornaments; tina—three; amrte—nectars; hare—attract; kana—the ear; hare—attract; mana—the mind; hare—attract; prana—the life; kemane—how; nari—women; dharibeka—will keep; cita—patience or consciousness.
" 'The nectarean buttermilk of Your flute's vibration, the nectar of Your sweet words and the nectarean sound of Your ornaments mix together to attract our ears, minds and lives. In this way You are killing us.' "
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