343 My Beloved, Please Wait for Me

I

The moon climbs quietly onto treetops. Its light is as pretty as my beloved.

Where are You, my beloved? Have You heard my cries?

Who but You will give me love? Who but You will worry for me?

Who but You will be concerned about me? Who but You will treasure my life?

O moon, return to the other end of heaven lest my beloved be anxious.

Please tell Him I miss Him.

Don’t forget to send along my love.

II

The wild geese wing their way afar. Can they bring back any news from my beloved?

O goose, lend me your wings, so I can fly back to my warm home.

I’ll repay my beloved for His concern and tell Him to cease sorrowing.

I’ll give You a pleasing answer, so that the price You paid won’t be in vain.

How I wish to grow up fast, and be free from this wandering life of misery.

O my beloved, please wait for me to fly away from the glamorous world.

I’ll repay my beloved for His concern and tell Him to cease sorrowing.

I’ll give You a pleasing answer, so that the price You paid won’t be in vain,

so that the price You paid won’t be in vain.

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