One Time Look at Me with Love
My Lord, make the grace flow from Your eyes
Fulfill my ageless dreams with one sweet look from Thee.
For thousands of births I've hungered,
Just You can nourish me with one sweet look from Thee! . . .
When the poison spreads in all my cells,
Remove it rapidly with one sweet look from Thee.
When my mind is burning with fire
Extinguish it, Mohan, with one sweet look from Thee! . . . .
In my heart there is a royal throne
Krishna, Your seat to be with one sweet look from Thee.
Your smile removes all sorrow,
Pain, strife and tragedy with one sweet look from Thee! . . . . .
Have Your lips say what Your eyes portray
Tell me that I am Yours, these words to come from Thee.
Upon hearing this beloved,
My life successful be, with one sweet look from Thee! . . . .
Oh Lord, please accept all of my love
My life is offered to Thee, for one sweet look from Thee.
By Your grace my hands keep holding,
"Kripalu" guide me to Thee with one sweet look from Thee . .
Viniti Muniji spent many days with Leela in 1983 going over each bhajan with word for word translations and then explaining any grey areas. Later after returning to America Leela crafted these bhajans to fit the meaning and melodies.
Poetic English Rendering by Leela Bruner 1984 all rights reserved
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eka vaara mithi aankhadithi nirakho
hari! eka vaara nirakho kripaa karine mithi aankha dathi,
maari laakho ja na mani bhukha hati! bhango mithi aankhadithi . . . .. .
maare rome-rome visha vyaapyun, utaaro mithi aankhadithi,
maaraa daajhelaa mana daane thaaro, mohan! mithi aankhadithi . . . . . .
maaraa antaranaa aasane, viththala! viraajo mithi aankhadithi
mihun malathine laakha duahkha talo muraari! mithi aankhadithi . . . . .
'tun maaro chhe' eka vaara mukho kaho, mithi annkhadithi . . . . . . .
thashe sunataan safala janmaaro, hari mithi aankhadithi . . . . . . . . .
maari juga puraani prita svi kaaro, mithi aankhadithi,
kripaa karine kara maaro jhaalo 'Kripaalu' mithi aankhadithi . . . . . .