“And Let Shyama Dance There” by Swami Vivekananda

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Like Bengali version , the English version of the poem “And Let Shyama Dance There , which is translated by Swami Vivekananda , have also four stanzas. First two stanzas are smaller than the 3 rd stanza . The length of the staza 1, 2, and 4 th stanza is almost same.
The Saint poet portrays the beautiful pictures of the Nature in the first stanza . In the 2nd stanza, the poet compares the hardship of life with the horror of Nature. It is just the opposite of the first stanza.Next Swami describes the figure of Kali.

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