A wonderful shabad submitted for perusal and comments. My interpretation outside quotes. All errors are mine and I stand corrected. Sat Sri Akal. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Sister the peacocks are singing sweet melodies as the rainy season has arrived. Such wonderful sharp vision has enticed me with intense attachment like a rope around the neck. Seeing visions of the (you) creator like this, I offer each and every piece of my body so. It is only due to you (creator) I have humble pride otherwise there is none without you (creator). Hey Bride, break the wedding bangles and the ceremonial bed into pieces that you lay on. What is the service of wearing such ornaments if the groom (creator) is loving someone else. The beautician who put the bangles was no use and neither was what you wore any good. The decorated arms that don’t embrace the groom (creator) might as well be burnt out. Each friend is with their groom (creator) what door can I knock on. I am full of good virtues but none is liked by the creator (as groom). I have beautifully combed and braided my hair, vermillion (depicting married woman) is applied too where the hair part. I go to my groom but am not accepted and I slowly die in continuing anguish. I cry, all around cry with me and even the birds in the forest feel pity. It is the anguish inside my body which has no mercy and keeps me separated from the husband (creator). In a dream I saw and soon was gone, I cried me a river. My dear (creator) neither can I come over nor can I send anyone to you. Oh blessed sleep come again perhaps I will see again the husband (creator). What will Guru Nanak give to someone who will tell about you (creator). I will offer my head for a seat and serve in a headless body. Why don’t I sacrifice myself if the creator (husband) has become a stranger and with others. This Shabad needs to be read at least in conjunction with a shabad before it and a shabd after it for further understanding Note: I presented above as a help towards another thread as follows, http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-...sm-give-any-direct-importance.html#post156223 So reviewing the above the answer to the thread is that, “Sikhism does not give any special importance to dreams” other than a state where thoughts come and go.