äéå ìê ãáøéí ìåîø
àæ öò÷ú åàöìé ðâîø
äøâùúé ëëä ùðçð÷
ùú÷úé ëé àúä éåúø çæ÷

úîéã àúä îãáø àçøåï
àöìé äîéìéí ðú÷òåú áâøåï
åìà àëôú ìê àúä îåëï ìååúø
åàðé çùáúé ùàúä çáø

àðé îôúç àîåðä
àúä ðäéä ìé áï æåðä
åìà òåæøú ùéëçä
àðé úîéã àåäá àåúê
úîéã àúä îãáø àçøåï
àöìé äîéìéí ðú÷òåú áâøåï
åìà àëôú ìê àúä îåëï ìååúø
àéê àðé çùáúé ùàúä çáø

åàí àúä çåùá ùàúä öåã÷
àúä ìà øåöä ìäùàø çééá
åàðé ôùåè îãçé÷

úîéã àúä îãáø àçøåï
àöìé äîéìéí ðú÷òåú áâøåï
åìà àëôú ìê àúä îåëï ìååúø
àéê àðé çùáúé ùàúä çáø


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