DR. TINNI DUTTA
Death and bereavement of loved ones casts a shadow of melancholy throughout Tagore’s life. In Song offerings, Tagore unites with God through murmurings, separation and death as the string runs through a garland of flowers. In this present study certain poems has been selected where Tagore is waiting to meet with his creator. The objective of the study to analyze literary and psychodynamic view point of selected poems from Song offerings. Content and dynamic analysis were done. Comparative Chart were done to analyze the different views of the poems. Tagore perceived ‘Death’ – servant of God was at his door. He felt it as his messenger who stood at his steps. He has welcomed death and prayed “let me for once feel that lost sweet melody.” And imagined that this broken strings of Vina sings no more in God’s praise . The air was still and silent. But finally a calm acceptance is noticed. The poet set before his guest the full vessel of his life. He utters ‘O thou the last fulfillment of life, Death my death, come and whisper to me’!
Key Words: Tagore’s Poems, Literary analysis, Dynamic analysis,