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    good morning to those juet weaking up...

    and good night to me cos I am just going to sleep


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    Wow, Azizur, you sure did go to town with some posting today, bumped both Indian and myself down.
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    Heck post another 20 tonight and break 1000.
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    This is what I get for leaving town for a day. I had to go to San Antonio, Texas (home of the Alamo) for some easy/fast work, but it's about 200 miles from where I live. So the wife and I drove out, I did my work, then we played the rest of the day (Say the Alamo, did some shopping, hit the Ripley's museums, etc), and then drove back home.
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    Heck maybe I should spend the night posting and get to #1
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    But, no.
    I need sleep also.
    400 miles of driving in one day, plus all that fun, makes me tired.
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    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Originally posted by azizur_rahman
    I know indian going to come here
    Originally posted by azizur_rahman
    and say what the hell happned here
    Yeah, what the hell happened here?!
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Originally posted by azizur_rahman
    one more thing Indian it took me long time to get here... let me stay here for a while --- at least a week or so...
    Not even a day!
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Originally posted by azizur_rahman
    Indian "Lost the magic"
    Oh really!?
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Originally posted by azizur_rahman
    Good Night Indian.

    Sweet dreams (about Lopez)!!!
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    The story continues:
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    FAR distant (King!) was Nala, when, refreshed,
    The slender-waisted wakened, shuddering
    At the wood's silence; but when, seeking him,
    She found no Nala, sudden anguish seized
    Her frightened heart, and, lifting high her voice,
    Loud cried she: " Maharaja! Nishadh's Prince
    Ha, Lord! ha, Maharaj! ha, Master! why
    Hast thou abandoned me? Now am I lost,
    Am doomed, undone, left in this lonesome gloom.
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Wert thou not named, O Nala, true and just?
    Yet art thou such, to quit me while I slept?
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    And hast thou so forsaken me, thy wife, -
    Thine own fond wife, - who never wrought thee wrong
    When by all others wrong was wrought on thee?
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Mak'st thou it good to me, now, Lord of men,
    That love which long ago before the gods
    Thou didst proclaim? Alas! Death will not come,
    Except at his appointed time to men,
    And therefore for a little I shall live,
    Whom thou hast lived to leave. Nay, 'tis a jest
    Ah, Truant, Runaway, enough thou play'st
    Come forth, my Lord! - I am afraid! Come forth!
    Linger not, for I see - I spy thee there;
    Thou art within yon thicket! Why not speak
    One word, Nishadha? Nala, cruel Prince!
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Thou know'st me lone, and comest not to calm
    My terrors, and be with me in my need.
    Aft gone indeed? Then I'll not mourn myself,
    For whatso may befall me; I must think
    How desolate thou art, and weep for thee.
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    What wilt thou do, thirsty and hungry, spent
    With wandering, when, at nightfall, 'mid th, trees
    Thou hast me not, sweet Prince, to comfort thee?"
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Thereat, distracted by her bitter fears,
    Like one whose heart is fire, forward and back
    She runs, hither and thither, weeping, wild.
    One while she sinks to earth, one while she springs
    Quick to her feet; now utterly o'ercome
    By fear and fasting, now by grief driven mad,
    Wailing and sobbing; till anon, with moans
    And broken sighs and tears, Bhima's fair child,
    The ever-faithful wife, speaks thus again:
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    "By whomsoever's spell this harm hath fall'n
    On Nishadh's Lord, I pray that evil one
    May bear a bitterer plague than Nala doth!
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    To him, whoever set my guileless Prince
    On these ill deeds, I pray some direr might
    May bring far darker days, and life to live
    More miserable still!"
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Thus, woe-begone,
    Mourned that great-hearted wife her vanished lord,
    Seeking him ever in the gloomy shades,
    By wild beasts haunted. Roaming everywhere,
    Like one possessed, frantic, disconsolate,
    Went Bhima's daughter. "Ha, ha! Maharaj!"
    So crying runs she, so in every place
    Is heard her ceaseless wail, as when is heard
    The fish-hawk's cry, which screams, and circling screams,
    And will not stint complaining.
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    Suddenly,
    Straying too near his den, a serpent's coils
    Seized Bhima's daughter. A prodigious snake,
    Glittering and strong, and furious for food,
    Knitted about the Princess. She, o'erwhelmed
    With horror, and the cold enfolding death,
    Spends her last breaths in pitiful laments
    For Nala, not herself. "Ah, Prince!" she cried,
    "That would have saved me, who must perish now,
    Seized in the lone wood by this hideous snake,
    Why art thou not beside me? What will be
    Thy thought, Nishadha! me remembering
    In days to come, when, from the curse set free,
    Thou hast thy noble mind again, thyself,
    Thy wealth, - all save thy wife? Then thou'lt be sad,
    Be weary, wilt need food and drink; but I
    Shall minister no longer. Who will tend
    My Love, my Lord, my Lion among kings,
    My blameless Nala, - Damayanti dead?"
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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    That hour a hunter, roving through the brake,
    Heard her bewailing, and with quickened steps
    Made nigh, and, spying a woman, almond-eyed,
    Lovely, forlorn, by that fell monster knit,
    He ran; and, as he came, with keen shaft clove,
    Through gaping mouth and crown, th' unwitting worm,
    Slaying it. Then the woodman from its folds
    Freed her, and laved the snake's slime from her limbs
    With water of the pool, comforting her
    And giving food; and afterwards (my King!)
    Inquiry made: "What doest, in this wood,
    Thou with the fawn's eyes? And how camest thou,
    My mistress, to such pit of misery?"
    Death --the last sleep? No, it is the final awakening.

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