Last Curtain by Rabindranath Tagore
I know the day comes when my eyes close, when my sight fails, when life takes its leave in silence and the last curtain veils my vision. Yet the stars will still watch by night; the sun will still rise like before; the hours will still heave like sea waves casting up pleasures and pains. When I consider this end of my earth-life, the barrier of the moments breaks and I see by the illumination of death this world with its careless treasures. Rare is its lowliest seat, rare its meanest of lives.
Things I longed for in vain and those I received, let them pass. Let me but truly possess the things I rejected and overlooked.
Loose translation/modernization by Michael R. Burch