Treasure Island

Buddhadeb Baroi

(04/10/1993 / Eklakhi, Malda, W.B, India)

Khujbo na ar Tomai (BENGALI)


Gaibo na ar tomar gan
Hatbo na tomar pathe.
Harate ar chai na duswapner jagote
Cholbo ami amr pathe jonaki hoye
Andhokare samanya alo chhariye.

Chaibo na ar tomar hote
Kinba tumi amar.
Karechho tumi amar bastobotar chakkhu dan.
Gaibo ami Rupam er gaan
Hatbo Nachiketar pathe.

Janasamudre hariye ami
Khujbo na ar tomai
Tumi chaileo pabe na ar ager amake
Nikotin ar jamabo fusfusete
Tomar katha vebe.

Submitted: Saturday, November 24, 2012
Edited: Sunday, November 25, 2012

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