So how do you know what the message of the piece of writing of a verse is, given that it is open to interpretation?There are English translations of a supposed poems by Tagore originally written in Bengali.
The name of the author is irrelevant to understanding if there is a meaning to the verses, given it is a short piece.
The original intent etc are irrelevant details when what matters is the message of pieces of writing or poem presented.
Are we debating about whether the poem is logical or not? your above comment has silliness written all over it when you have inserted it out of context here.The prior 'conclusion' - நாதன் is equal to the சுவை of existence is logically flawed. I leave it at that with this comment below.
If the big picture is understood, it is easy to recognize that a conclusion is flawed.
Who knows what the original author of the verse intended to convey. We are all, at best, trying to voice our views through a maze of words.
You seem to have a habit of superimposing your "grand big picture" over everything and jump at every opportunity to call everyone around as with a flawed understanding. In all my time here in this forum, I have not seen you giving any clear answer to the queries posted by various members here. Perhaps, for you, it then becomes Q4 time and you vanish !
All the while, member's eyes are bleeding from the word "big picture" / "absolute truth" / "Ishvara" / "Brahman" etc. No shred of logic or evidence to support what you are attempting to say.
Maybe you are becoming Sravna II ?