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2014-05-18T13:47:35+05:30
The night is black and the forest has no end; 
a million people thread it in a million ways. 
We have trysts to keep in the darkness, but where 
or with whom - of that we are unaware. 
But we have this faith - that a lifetime's bliss 
will appear any minute, with a smile upon its lips." 

-rabindranath tagore 
On the Nature of Love 

Seeing as Tagore was dealing deeply with deaths during the time he wrote this, the poem is about dying. 

The first line, "The night is black and the forest has no end;" represents the depth of darkness encompasses a dying individual. It is as endless as a forest that is eternal. 

The second line, "A million people thread it in a million ways," refers to how each individual accounts a differing perspective on eternity and how they embrace it. 

The third line, "We have trysts to keep in the darkness, but where," speaks of whom your soul will connect to and relate with, in terms of an eternal love partner. 

The fourth line, "or with whom - of that we are unaware," deals with who your soul will connect with. 

The fifth line, "But we have this faith - that a lifetime's bliss," recognizes the passion of hope as an endless emotion. 

The sixth line reads, "will appear any minute, with a smile upon its lips." This will be an ever searching connection.
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