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Bazi alis Subrata Ray

(January / Formerly East Pahistan)

A Farewell


The Dumb-School building felt,
The students’ subconscious stirred,
The passage way with bedewed eyes,
Stood with silent complaint to stop,
The out stepping of one they loved.

Me with my office, and the teachers,
Within the conventional fence responded,
Against emapthy’s bond of our of fellowship,
With no unworthy aim to be separated!

Her request, ’Release’ vibrated!
The tomorrow’s bell, and the prayer,
A cry oozed from their fate as not to share!

Aparna Das, an Assistant Teacher of my school,
Has proved herself a Dignity’s whirl pool.
Scholarly appetite, with silent service to all,
Meek, polite, gentle, the grace of divine enthrall,
Would here in Moula Netagi, remain alive in her deed,
Time’s tyrant wheel, would never pass through her retreat.

Little Sister! wish you the grandest goal,
In this mundane, be the conqueror of Soul!


(To Aparna Das Assistant Teacher Of Moula Netagi Vidyalaya by Ray Subrata)

Submitted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Edited: Thursday, July 14, 2011
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