Calcutta nr. 445
It is a soul that has become stained in this road of danger
The body has become pure of good & bad beneath the earth
Afterwards the traveller who shall travel over me and you
Ignorant of both worlds, (we shall have) become pure.
The spirit's embarked on the Perilous Way become;
Quit of good and of bad is the flesh 'neath the clay become:
O many 's the wayfarer passeth o'er thee and o'er me,
What while we are dust, without wit of worlds tway, become!