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Tsangyang Gyatso was the sixth Dalai Lama. He
was a Monpa by ethnicity and was born at Urgelling
Monastery, 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from Tawang Town,
India[1] and not far from the large Tawang Monastery in the northwestern part of present-day
Arunachal Pradesh.
He had grown up a youth of high intelligence, liberal
to a fault, fond of pleasure, alcohol and women,[3]
and later led a playboy lifestyle. He disappeared
near Qinghai, probably murdered, on his way to
Beijing in 1706. The 6th Dalai Lama composed
poems and songs that are not only still immensely
popular in modern-day Tibet but have also gained
significant popularity all across China.

You come to see me or not
Right there I am
Neither sad nor glad
You miss me or not
Right there my feelings are
Neither rising nor falling

From the mountain peaks in the
The silvery moon has peeped out.
And the face of that young maiden,
Has gradually appeared in my mind.

You love me or not
Right there my love is
Neither more or less
You accompany me or not
In yours my hands are
Neither clinging nor giving up
Be here in my arms
Or let me stay in your heart
We love each other in silence
And rejoice with serenity

If the one in whom i have lost heart,
Can become my lifelong companion.
It would be just like getting a jewel,
From the bottom of the sea.

Words written with black ink,
Have been effaced by water drops.
Unwritten designs in the mind,
You cannot erase them even if You
want to.

Once for a whole day
in a temple with burning incense I
suddenly I seemed to hear
the resonance of your recitation in
my ear
Once for a whole eve
I listened to the soulful chant in
not for enlightment in quest
but to feel your living breath
Once for a whole month
I turned all prayer wheels in earnest
not for repenting sins
but to touch your fingerprints
Once for a whole year
on all fours to dust I came near
not for worshipping gods
but to feel your warmth in love
Once for a whole life
I journeyed through ten thousand
not for rebirth to complete
but to meet you in destiny
Once in a split second
I may ascend as a spirit
not for eternity
but to bless with joy and security

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