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Translation by Bhikkhuni Uppalavanna


"A bhikkhu, who has done his duty as a worthy one
Having destroyed desires, bears the last body
He may say, `I say' or others `say it's to me'
A bhikkhu, who has done his duty as a worthy one
Having destroyed desires, bears the last body
May say, `I say' or others `say it's to me'
Clever in the ways of expression in the world,
He would say it, wanting to convey the meaning
A bhikkhu, who has done his duty as a worthy one
Having destroyed desires, bears the last body
Has overcome measuring, He may say, `I say' or others `say it's to me'
There are no bonds to one, who has dispelled measuring,
He has dispelled all signs of measuring
The wise one has overcome all thinking what so ever.
He may say, `I say' or others `say it's to me'
Clever in the ways of expression in the world,
He would say it, wanting to convey the meaning."

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