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This Shabad is by Bhagat Kabeer Ji in Raag Raamkalee on Pannaa 970
qrvru eyku Anµq fwr swKw puhp pqR rs BrIAw ]
tharavar eaek ana(n)th ddaar saakhaa puhap pathr ras bhareeaa ||
There is a single tree, with countless branches and twigs; its flowers and leaves are filled with its juice.
ieh AMimRq kI bwVI hY ry iqin hir pUrY krIAw ]1]
eih a(n)mrith kee baarree hai rae thin har poorai kareeaa ||1||
This world is a garden of Ambrosial Nectar. The Perfect Lord created it. ||1||
jwnI jwnI ry rwjw rwm kI khwnI ]
jaanee jaanee rae raajaa raam kee kehaanee ||
I have come to know the story of my Sovereign Lord.
AMqir joiq rwm prgwsw gurmuiK ibrlY jwnI ]1] rhwau ]
a(n)thar joth raam paragaasaa guramukh biralai jaanee ||1|| rehaao ||
How rare is that Gurmukh who knows, and whose inner being is illumined by the Lord's Light. ||1||Pause||
Bvru eyku puhp rs bIDw bwrh ly aur DirAw ]
bhavar eaek puhap ras beedhhaa baareh lae our dhhariaa ||
The bumble bee, addicted to the nectar of the twelve-petalled flowers, enshrines it in the heart.
sorh mDy pvnu JkoirAw Awkwsy Pru PirAw ]2]
soreh madhhae pavan jhakoriaa aakaasae far fariaa ||2||
He holds his breath suspended in the sixteen-petalled sky of the Akaashic Ethers, and beats his wings in esctasy. ||2||
shj suMin ieku ibrvw aupijAw DrqI jlhru soiKAw ]
sehaj su(n)n eik biravaa oupajiaa dhharathee jalehar sokhiaa ||
In the profound void of intuitive Samaadhi, the one tree rises up; it soaks up the water of desire from the ground.
kih kbIr hau qw kw syvku ijin iehu ibrvw dyiKAw ]3]6]
kehi kabeer ho thaa kaa saevak jin eihu biravaa dhaekhiaa ||3||6||
Says Kabeer, I am the servant of those who have seen this celestial tree. ||3||6||