Love though ye , Oh my love
Loved in the dark and shine,
Love though ye, Oh my love
I can’t stay being thine.

When the voice of duty calls
Bind me not by love-enthralls,
Touch me not by paining words
For self is not now mine.

Love though ye , Oh my love
Loved in the dark and shine,
Love though ye, Oh my love
I can’t stay being thine.

Far across the mountains and sands
The enemy’s troop captures the land,
I’ll go there to free the Mother
Look, she beckons in sigh.

Love though ye , Oh my love
Loved in the dark and shine,
Love though ye, Oh my love
I can’t stay being thine.

Come I may, but go I must
To give the blood and quench the thirst,
Of miles long hot dry dust
Be weather foul or fine.

Love though ye , Oh my love
Loved in the dark and shine,
Love though ye, Oh my love
I can’t stay being thine.

If I come back, Oh my love with glory to the goal
You and I will forever be united by the soul,
But if I kiss death, Oh my dear
Insult not love by frustrationg tears,
For my soul will love thee always
Love in the dark and shine,
My memories will inspire thee
And always remain thine.

Let the world know, our love is not
Just an illusive infatuation,
Let the world know it is but
A perenial source of inspiration.
Which liberates the mind and illumines the soul
And inspire heart towards great goal,
Which sacrifies itself unselfishly
When called for the sake of humanity,
And thus shows the world with brilliance
Its ever-radiating sublime beauty.

Farewell, my love
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