Kazi Nazrul Islam

(24 May 1899 - 29 August 1976 / Bardhaman / India)

Kazi Nazrul Islam Poems

1. A Belated Call 5/29/2012
2. A Call From Behind 5/29/2012
3. A Hymn To The (Jail) Super 5/29/2012
4. A Kon Modhur Shorab Dile Al-Arabi Saki 5/30/2012
5. A Mountain Song 5/30/2012
6. A Parting 5/29/2012
7. A Prisoner In Fort Blair 5/29/2012
8. A Tribute From The Poet 3/13/2012
9. Adorn Her 5/30/2012
10. Aji Eid Eid Eid Khushir Eid Elo Eid 5/29/2012
11. Aji Rokto Nishi-Vore 5/30/2012
12. All Midnight I Suddenly Wake Up 5/30/2012
13. All Praise To Allah, All Glory To Him 5/30/2012
14. Allah Amar Provu, Amar Nahi Nahi Voy 5/30/2012
15. Allah Is My Lord, I Fear No One 5/30/2012
16. Allah Ke Je Paite Chay Hazrat Ke Valobeshe 5/30/2012
17. Allah Namer Shirni Tora Ke Nibi Ke Ay 5/30/2012
18. Allaji Go Ami Bujhi Na Re Tomar Khela 5/30/2012
19. Allar Nam Jopio Vai Dibos O Rete 5/30/2012
20. Alone 5/30/2012
21. Amar Desher Mati 5/30/2012
22. Amar Hridoy-Shamadane Jali Momer Bati 5/30/2012
23. Amar Jokhon Poth Furabe Ashbe Gohin Rati 5/30/2012
24. Amar Shyamla Boron Bangla Mayer Rup Dekhe Ja 5/30/2012
25. Ami Bidhir Bidhan Bangiyasi, Ami Emni Shoktiman 5/30/2012
26. Anadi Kal Hote Anonto Lok 5/29/2012
27. A-Namika 5/29/2012
28. Anwar 5/29/2012
29. Are You The Same Muslims 5/30/2012
30. Ashirbad 5/29/2012
31. Asichhen Habibe Khoda 5/30/2012
32. At My Gaze No Longer Laughs The Rose 5/29/2012
33. At Twilight, Who Brightens You Up? 5/30/2012
34. Avijan 5/30/2012
35. Azan 5/29/2012
36. Baby Sparrow 5/30/2012
37. Bangla Desh Momo 5/30/2012
38. Be Ever Stronger! 3/13/2012
39. Behind The Song 5/30/2012
40. Beware My Captain 5/29/2012
Best Poem of Kazi Nazrul Islam


I sing the song
of equality;
In my view gender difference
is essentially a triviality.
Everything that is great in the world,
all the works, beneficial and good,
half must be credited to woman,
and to man half only we should.

All the vice or bad in the world,
and the pain or flowing tear,
for half, man should be blamed,
the other half only woman should bear.

Who belittles you as woman,
connecting you to Hell's flame?
Tell him that for the first ever sin
not woman, but man must carry the blame.

Or, it may be that sin or Satan
is ...

Read the full of Woman

A Belated Call

Him whom I could not then love much
Why do I now remember thus at this late
hour, a Mother?
Today I remember every night he lulled
me to sleep by kissing my eves,
Kisses followed kisses breaking my
early dawn sleep under their heavy load.

I felt then much distressed

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