Scene IV

(Satyavama and Durvasha at the river.)

SATYAVAMA (sarcastically, to the river): If Durvasha hasn’t taken anything to eat for several years except a few blades of grass, then please, Jamuna, calm down. (The waters subside. Satyavama is surprised and angry.) Durvasha, your Lord is a liar and you are a liar! I am caught between two liars. But at least I am able to go home.

(Exit Satyavama.)

Sri Chinmoy, The Singer of the Eternal Beyond.First published by Agni Press in 1973.

This is the 26th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.


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