Pijush Biswas Poems
First Day To School
It is a winter morning The sun is arisen in the East To the God I'm praying In a splendour dawn, full of mist.
Life is like frozen ice Its body is hard and chill Life looks priceful and nice When all demands come out to fulfil
The beach is with its summer face There utmost pleasure of mankind The tides are in their race And happy, are all mind
Don'T Be Upset
Ever, if comes darkness in life Don't be upset even for a little bit And, always keep it in mind that Forever darkness is followed by light.
Let there be peace in the world! Let the hate be demolished utterly! Let the war cease!
I'm anxious about, shattered by Our country, bantered by others afar or nigh Where prevailing war and cotradiction are high. Where the evil-evokers eat Her high head
A Dear Tree
Not to touch, not to climb! Its breakable for tender limb! I would claim upon every fellow As mellow fruits grew yellow.
The corn-fields are in their autumn beauty The grazing path is dry And the sun is in his eternal duty The God listens to cultivators' cry.
Still They Await
I remember you, remember- And those gusty trees await, still, Tears glide to the sea, although; So, fate fears no bill
One darkening dusk and I feel sore, So I did return to the sea, my dear friend I did call him 'Dear', he did too And limitlessly time we did spend;
Sonnet12: Tyranny Ignites A Wicked In Ea...
Tyranny ignites a wicked in earthly modicum And tyranny, in a wicked's life grows his plume And he builds his home in duplicity, When all the world he deprives by engraved beauty.
Your compulsions upon me fairly increase And fire doth take place between you and I, More moderately I try, although your disease Enrapturously you nurture to make me lie.
The World Is Partial To Everyone
The holy dishes are senewy Although their lives never return- Some hens crave to reach Wherein dishes are made, yet;
I Stood Under The Cloudy Sky Alone
Under the cloudy sky stood I alone Gazing at flying falcons One by one they were descending down Some cows, anxious of their frown.
Here a maid-servant tired of washing dishes
'Let me sleep now, let me go' oft she claims
As little earnings do not satisfy, highly she wishes
But whene'er she evades works, on her the house-mother blames.
Here a maid-servant often wanders from door to door
Searches for a new service for she needs money more
But she never realizes that she is quite lazy in inner-side
Who will make her understand that devotion is the way