Kazi Nazrul Islam

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

Poems of Kazi Nazrul Islam

81. Ghazal 5/30/2012
82. Ghor-Chhara Chhele Akasher Chad Ay Re 5/30/2012
83. Gloomy 5/29/2012
84. God 5/29/2012
85. God is my most dearly beloved! 5/30/2012
86. Gokul Nag 5/29/2012
87. Gorbini Muslim Bala 5/29/2012
88. Grief-Laden Mid-Night 5/29/2012
89. Hamd: Allahu, Allahu! 5/29/2012
90. He Partho-Sarothi 5/30/2012
91. He Who Has Seen My Mother 3/13/2012
92. Help me do the crossing 5/30/2012
93. Hey, Lovers of Medinites 5/30/2012
94. Hindu-Muslim Duti Vai 5/30/2012
95. Hindu-Muslim Juddho 5/29/2012
96. Hope 5/29/2012
97. Hridoy Joto Nishedh Hane Noyon Totoi Kade 5/29/2012
98. Human Being 5/29/2012
99. Hymn to Life 5/30/2012
100. I am a Proud Muslim Woman 5/30/2012

Coming of Anondomoyee

How much longer will you
stay hidden behind a clay statue?
Heaven today is subjugated by merciless tyrants.
God's children are getting whipped, heroic youth-hanged.
India today is a butchery-when will you arrive, O Destroyer?
God's soldiers are serving terms of hard labor exiled to desolate islands.
Who will come to the battlefield
unless you come with your sword in your hand?

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