Calcutta nr. 378
You and I together are like a pair of compasses
Though we make 2 heads we have one body
When we place a point in it is our home
At the end of business we bring our heads together again.
O soul, like the compasses twain I and you are;
Though one body we have, yet our heads, indeed, two are:
Round the one in the centre still circles the other
Till the twain in the end brought together anew are.
You and I to twin compasses compare,
O soul! one body though two heads we bear;
We circle now around a central point
Till we at last again united are.