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TEXT-50

 

lagnarh muhur manasi lampata-sampradaya-

lekhavalehini rasajsa-manojsa-vesam

rajyan-mrdu-smita-mrdullasitddhardrhsu

rdkendu-ldlita-mukhendu mukunda-bdlyam

 

lagnam—clings; muhur—constantly, again and again; manasi—mind; lampata—debauchee; sampradaya— tradition; lekha—drawings; avalehini—fond (of tasting dainties); rasajsa—those knowledgeable of the taste; manojsa—-enraptures; vesam—appearance; rajyan—reddened; mrdu—gentle; smita—smile; mrdu—ullasita—softly glowing, or kunda flowers; adhara—arhsu—lip—rays, or teeth; raka—indu—full moon; lalita—cherished; mukha—indu—face like a moon;   mukunda—of   Mukunda;   balyam—adolescent loveliness.

 

The adolescent loveliness of Mukunda, whose appearance enraptures the connoisseurs, clings to my mind, which is always fond of drawings from the libertine tradition. His moon-like face is cherished by the moon itself, and the softly glowing rays of his lips redden His gentle smile [or, His kunda-flower-like teeth are reddened by the effulgence of His gentle smile.