111. Rejoicing in the Embrace

Chapter. 111. Rejoicing in the Embrace
Kural - 1101
All joys that senses five- sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch- can give,
In this resplendent armlets-bearing damsel live!
Meaning : The (simultaneous) enjoyment of the five senses of sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch can only be found with bright braceleted (women).
Kural - 1102
Disease and medicine antagonists we surely see;
This maid, to pain she gives, herself is remedy.
Meaning : The remedy for a disease is always something different (from it); but for the disease caused by this jewelled maid, she is herself the cure.
Kural - 1103
Than rest in her soft arms to whom the soul is giv'n,
Is any sweeter joy in his, the Lotus-eyed-one's heaven?
Meaning : Can the lotus-eyed Vishnu's heaven be indeed as sweet to those who delight to sleep in the delicate arms of their beloved ?
Kural - 1104
Withdraw, it burns; approach, it soothes the pain;
Whence did the maid this wondrous fire obtain?
Meaning : From whence has she got this fire that burns when I withdraw and cools when I approach ?
Kural - 1105
In her embrace, whose locks with flowery wreaths are bound,
Each varied form of joy the soul can wish is found.
Meaning : The shoulders of her whose locks are adorned with flowers delight me as if they were the very sweets I have desired (to get).
Kural - 1106
Ambrosia are the simple maiden's arms; when I attain
Their touch, my withered life puts forth its buds again!
Meaning : The shoulders of this fair one are made of ambrosia, for they revive me with pleasure every time I embrace them.
Kural - 1107
As when one eats from household store, with kindly grace
Sharing his meal: such is this golden maid's embrace.
Meaning : The embraces of a gold-complexioned beautiful female are as pleasant as to dwell in one's own house and live by one's own (earnings) after distributing (a portion of it in charity).
Kural - 1108
Sweet is the strict embrace of those whom fond affection binds,
Where no dissevering breath of discord entrance finds.
Meaning : To ardent lovers sweet is the embrace that cannot be penetrated even by a breath of breeze.
Kural - 1109
The jealous variance, the healing of the strife, reunion gained:
These are the fruits from wedded love obtained.
Meaning : Love quarrel, reconciliation and intercourse - these are the advantages reaped by those who marry for lust.
Kural - 1110
The more men learn, the more their lack of learning they detect;
'Tis so when I approach the maid with gleaming jewels decked.
Meaning : As (one's) ignorance is discovered the more one learns, so does repeated intercourse with a well-adorned female (only create a desire for more).