Sundara Kãnda - Hanuman’s Odyssey (Part 4, page 2 of 2)


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Part 4

Lankin at that turned physical

With her fist on Hanuman’s frame.

Roused as Hanuman in anger

Roared he loud like lion hungry.

Then a left hook he landed

On her huge frame bare fisted.

Yet he did no more than that

Out of respect for women folk.

With the power of his punch then

On all fours the fiend fell down.

Writhed as she in such great pain

Pitied Hanuman the woman in her.

Scared no end was wounded fiend

Begged she mercy from Hanuman.

Hurt not women valorous men

Know am Lankin, Lanka’s deity.

As I was by thee matted

Think I time to tell thee all.

Signalled Brahma to Lanka

Nadir as I lose my fight

At the hands of some simian.

Lost as I the fight to thee

End I see of Ravan’s reign.

How can Brahma ever go wrong?

Seetha’s kidnap proves him right.

Thus O Hanuman get thee set

On thy mission in Lanka straight.

Seizes us as Brahma’s curse

Go in search of Seetha now

Snared who Ravan to this land.

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