Treasure Island

Osman Gani

(30/06/1989 / Khulna)

On Such A Snowy Evening


On such a snowy evening
When cold wind makes everyone shudder
And numbs senses with its fang,
The ever-warm heart remembers her.

On such a snowy evening
When trees shed dry leaves like tear
And melodious birds stop singing,
The ever-green heart remembers her.

On such a snowy evening
When everyone sinks in sleepy snow-layer
And life becomes tiresome and boring,
The ever-awake heart remembers her.

On such a snowy evening
When everyone alienates from each other
And the hateful death roams to sting,
The ever-loving heart remembers her.

Submitted: Sunday, October 16, 2011

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  • Osman Gani (10/16/2011 9:20:00 AM)

    Now, such things are not expected. Either comment or just stay quiet. Don't advertise! ! ! (Report) Reply

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