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CC Antya 1.196


tomāra śakti vinā jīvera nahe ei vāṇī
tumi śakti diyā kahāo, — hena anumāni”


tomāra śakti vinā — without Your special power; jīvera — of an ordinary living being; nahe — there is not; ei vāṇī — these words; tumi — You; śakti diyā — giving power; kahāo — make him say; hena — such; anumāni — I guess.


“Without Your mercy such poetic expressions would be impossible for an ordinary living being to write. My guess is that You have given him the power.”