Let us witness awhile his keen suffering;
just feign dislike and embrace him not.
A little dislike is like salt in proportion;
to prolong it a little is like salt a little too much.
For men not to embrace those who have feigned dislike is
like torturing those already in agony.
Not to reconcile those who have feigned dislike is
like cutting a faded creeper at its root.
An increased shyness in those whose eyes are
like flowers is beautiful even to good and virtuous husbands.
Sexual pleasure, without prolonged and short-lived dislike, is
like too ripe, and unripe fruit.
The doubt as to whether intercourse would take place soon or not,
creates a sorrow (even) in feigned dislike.
What avails sorrow when I am without a wife
who can understand the cause of my sorrow?
Like water in the shade,
dislike is delicious only in those who love.
It is nothing but strong desire
that makes her mind unite with me who can leave her to her own dislike.
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