Ashraful Musaddeq

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Ashraful Musaddeq Biography

Love poetry from the core of heart and feel thirsty while enjoy nature.

Born at Kishoreganj, Bangladesh on August 16 1958. From Dec 1981 to Jan 1983 served a consulting firm in Dhaka as the Junior Agricultural Analyst in Dhaka. From Jan 1983 to Jan 1986 worked with the Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation as Assistant Director at Gaz ...

Ashraful Musaddeq Poems

[03] Life

(Grateful to poet C. T. Heart, my friend)

Life is dead shell
Rotten and spreading bad smell

[03] Alive

Dedicated to Poet Asif Aijaz

Slice the yesterday
Like the onion

[03] Orchids Still Breed

[Dedicated to respected poet Sandra Fowler]

Stormy time stirring
Rainy breeze hiking

[03] And She Was

Laughing demons were deep blue
Sky was frightened on the skyward

Scorching sunbeam marched on

Summer Haiku

(Dedicated to neat poet Catrina Heart)

1. Summer dragon runs
Upon the plant and animal

Ashraful Musaddeq Comments

Sílvia Oliveira 12 May 2009

Dear Poet Ashraful, It is a pleasure to comment on your poems! The haikus are especially attractive to me, and yours now catch my eyes and heart! Thank you for allowing me to start my day poetically! Kind regards from Brazil, Sílvia Oliveira

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Catrina Heart 19 April 2009

A great poet of today. His poetic writings were painted with great imagery and meaningful themes...thought provoking verses show his caliber in insightful jobs. Going through his master pieces surely you will enjoy the moment of reading...

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p.a. noushad 06 January 2009

colourful wings of poetry

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Shimon Weinroth 25 October 2008

'death will come when it will come, lasting out the days is what' Shakepeare's Julius Caesar Cassius before the battle, for some the anticipation often kills them before death, Hideggar, was beset by death, his politics abominable, my friend, you treat the subject with a profound and stoic approach which is much to be admired 10

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Anjali Sinha 27 May 2009

I am just a Lilliputian before this Master. Can I judge him at all? -- but nay, I have that respect for him so I wish to say a few words-- A poet, par excellence! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! do I need to say anything more? His poems are so full of depth and meaning. The haikus are so beautiful specially that Candy Verses. Those needles of rain stung meeeeeeeee. GOD BLESS YOU ANJALI

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Mahtab Bangalee 11 February 2019


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Tsira Gogeshvili 27 June 2010

Many thanks, dear Ashraful, I am glad that you have returned... Good luck in all, Tsira

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Obed Souza 10 September 2009

A great poet! His poetry conveys both meaning, depth and an excellent command of the language. Humble and sensitive, his poetry oozes respect for the human being.

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Maria Barbara Korynt 07 August 2009

Ashraful Musaddeq, one of favourites, by me of poets. Why do I like him? Mainly, because of writing excellent, of no small importance. Workshop it being interested in a topic, excellent, aesthetics, these are only a few elements which I am listing. It is of them more. I am encouraging everyone, to reading works of this poet. Because it is poetry, created by the unusually sensitive man, for which other are not alien. No problems aren't emotions and feelings, i.e. human emotions are not alien to him. In writing, not only poetry, it is essential. Willingly I always come back, to read our friend. More willingly, I will still see, new works, which certainly will be shortlisted my favourite. I am greeting the Author, wishing all the best, in it, of inspiration, and Divine Graces. Greetings. Maria Barbara Korynt

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