Treasure Island

Musfiq us shaleheen

(31st, December,1970 / Khulna, Bangladesh)

I Will Never Die

Death, can not divide you to me
Because, I will never die,
Never ever
I will dissever my soul,
go with air, light and sound
come back again with so many turns

I will come back as a murmur of sad song
Plays on your ear when you have already forgotten me

I will be thunder and come back again
On the Shahara and cries over the night
Soul will be bloomed as a marigold
Into my beloved prophet's grave, forever

I will come back again as rain
washed solo tears of my darling
I will be smile, kissed on her dry lips,
grabs all sweeten feelings of Spring

I will be grew as dew on grass like pearl,
fall on thousand of red roses,
will be enfolded me,
will be impossible to ignored me ever

You will feel and touch me again and again
You will write an ode and dancing with Wordsworth 
When I will be the gentle breeze,
Will be danced with thousands of daffodils in a lazy land

I will come again in this lonely lane,
with the hands of Jivanananda,
make a melancholy song for Beautiful Bengal
that plays over the river chimes and breeze,
birds will be the listener 
You will be played mystic flute together in vain.........

Again, You will remember -My Friend
I will never die,
will live forever and ever-

- Shaleheen,21st February,2014

Submitted: Friday, February 21, 2014
Edited: Sunday, March 02, 2014

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I Will Never Die
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