Sayeed Abubakar

Gold Star - 11,858 Points (21 September 1972 / Jessore / Bangladesh)

Sayeed Abubakar Poems

1. My Poems 5/9/2011
2. Song Of A Hero 5/12/2011
3. O My Love Red Red Rose 9/30/2011
4. My Daughter 11/18/2011
5. O Lorena 4/27/2011
6. My Heart Aches 12/7/2011
7. There Is None 12/13/2011
8. Valuable And More Valuable 5/20/2012
9. Mad: 4 6/14/2012
10. To Lorena 6/26/2012
11. Valentine Day 2/15/2014
12. Songs 7/10/2014
13. Sorrow Of Bud 1/1/2015
14. 'The Egalitarian' By Kazi Nazrul Islam 5/26/2016
15. 'God' By Kazi Nazrul Islam 5/26/2016
16. 'Man' By Kazi Nazrul Islam 5/26/2016
17. A Translation: The Golden Kabin (A Poem By Al Mahmud) 5/27/2016
18. Creeping Plant Of Poetry 3/11/2016
19. My Haiku: 2 6/17/2016
20. مجيبنما 10/12/2016
21. The Mujibnama: Book 2 10/27/2016
22. Sakira Has Bought An Island 10/4/2011
23. Song Of Skeleton 4/20/2011
24. Songs For Lorena 8/16/2012
25. They Are Men Too 1/28/2015
26. Show 3/18/2014
27. Rain And You 9/18/2014
28. Love And Hatred 12/27/2014
29. Sayeed Day: 2 2/14/2015
30. My Heart Is Cool 6/19/2015
31. Poem Of New Year 12/31/2014
32. Senryu-1 5/23/2016
33. To Obama 6/10/2016
34. Ghost 11/26/2015
35. Language Does Not Work 1/22/2016
36. When She Was Born 10/27/2016
37. The Mujibnama: Book 1 10/12/2016
38. O Yusuf 1/12/2013
39. Mad: 3 6/14/2012
40. A Supreme Slave 11/3/2011
Best Poem of Sayeed Abubakar

A Strange Boy

An innocent boy leaving the lap of mother
opened his fearful eyes in the war-trodden world
and asked in a depressed voice, 'Where have I come? '
I told him the name of the earth.

The boy looked at the corners of the earth
and with wonder and pain, seeing the towns and paths
full of corpses and heart-rending bloods
further asked,
'Will you tell me how man lives in this hell? '

I said to him, 'Oh, it's a shame!
Where is man in this hell?

Translated from Bangla by Nazib Wadood

SPANISH VERSION

Un niño extraño

Un niño inocente ...

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Mind Burnt In Love

Mind has been burnt in love,
the branches of shimul* tree covered with flowers;
I sense the advent of spring that had appeared
in the age of ice.

* silk-cotton

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