A familiar theme revisited
Or, if I’d remembered that कान्ते (kānte, “beloved”) might be a vocative singular feminine as well as a locative singular masculine, I might have translated:
Your eye of the blue, your mouth of the watery lotus,
your tooth of jasmine, your lip of the tender leaf,
and of magnolia-petals the Maker made your limbs,
my love — how then did He craft your heart out of stone?