Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 13:00 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 13:00


tkl.1.2.04 When Flowers, in barren soil, on sapless trees, shall blow.
tkl.2.1.22 The stalks of Water Flowers are proportionate to the depth of Water; so is men s greatness proportionate to their minds.
tkl.2.2.02 Those who are unable to set forth their acquirements (before others) are like Flowers blossoming in a cluster and yet without fragrance.
tkl.3.1.03 The shoulders of her whose locks are adorned with Flowers delight me as if they were the very sweets I have Desired (to get).
tkl.3.1.04 You deemed, as you saw the Flowers, her Eyes were as Flowers, my soul,
tkl.3.1.04 O my soul, fancying that Flowers which are seen by many can resemble her Eyes, you become confused at the sight of them.
tkl.3.1.04 The Flowers of the sensitive plant as a girdle around her she placed;
tkl.3.1.04 If as her face, whose Eyes are Flowers, thou wouldst have charms for me,
tkl.3.1.04 O Moon, if you wish to resemble the face of her whose Eyes are like (these) Flowers, do not appear so as to be seen by all.
tkl.3.1.06 The maid that slender Armlets wears, like Flowers entwined,
tkl.3.1.07 Not knowing the value of her whose Eyes are like Flowers this Town has got up a rumour about me.
tkl.3.2.09 sight of) fragrant Flowers.
tkl.3.2.16 An increased shyness in those whose Eyes are like Flowers is beautiful even to good and virtuous Husbands.
tkl.3.2.17 I wreathed with Flowers one day my brow, The angry tempest lowers;
tkl.3.2.17 She cries, Pray, for what Woman now Do you put on your Flowers?
tkl.3.2.17 Even if I were adorned with a garland of branch Flowers, she would say I did so to show it to another Woman.

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