Treasure Island

Mashiur Rahman

(Naogaon Bangladesh)

Abroad Life


Golden dream in two eyes
With Many suffering
By the work All day long pass.

But on coming the night when
The fire of absency is firing
Know that you have to weep as mine.

Think that leave off all these,
Go back to home immediately,
Just later stopping all for Golden time.

Must know the price of the few years
At future life will be cheerful
We will pass happy life together.

When remember your innocent face
Go forget tiredness and all troubles
And new hope and energy to all.

Remembering at the courtyard
Slight wind hug me in moon light
with sweet scent of flowers.

Submitted: Sunday, February 02, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 07, 2014

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