Dr.Ratan Bhattacharjee

Dr.Ratan Bhattacharjee Poems

Leave the window open
I see the wheat field from here
I see the reaper sowing the seeds
He dreams of the cornfield full

You came into my life
A blazing star or a comet
You filled my heart with joy

Good morning! which window to open?
Zephyr is blowing all around…
How long at that celestial light
The angels danced in unison

Let me be with you here
With me my dear
Looking at me with all your care
The wind moves her arms

Sorrow has an element of emptiness
It cannot remember
When it began,
Or when it ended

There is another world
Ever beautiful and sweet,
Enlivened by sunshine
And not a streak of darkness prevails.

I am lonely
Even though one cannot tell
I am reaching out
Why I don’t know

I had a funny feeling that day
I wanted to remain alone
I wanted to get angry
My doctors called it ‘depression’

The glass of water, my dear Ips
A small glass of water,
I feel it to be a sea
When you walk on the beach

Why do you think in this way of me
Come, where I am taking you to,
Just see....
Our path is so narrow and will end soon

you never knew,
how my heart overflows with love for you.
you never saw
how you fill my hopes and dreams.

It was all dark around and there was no sun
It was raining
But you brought the rainbow when the rain is done.

I don’t require any compass to discover you
your heart beat lead me to you.
I don’t need any pole star to make my way
your smile illumine the way.

when all is green and new,
It is Spring
Love me then.

I have one life
Life will end
One love I have
And I hope it will last till Eternity.

Love is a journey
A journey through burning moon
Solar eclipse, or tycoon
Two souls mingling in kisses

November days come back with their usual cold
The sun slips to silence in the West
Twilight hours are carved like strings of guitar
We feel cold, we feel Kolkata winter.

A city that burns in red, a river that flows in blood
The pagoda with golden people suddenly got blurred
The vision of the platinum temple of Lord Shiva pales
Humans suddenly turn hungry tigers claw and nails

Yesternight was all sleepless for me
I uncreated myself, I never felt so unhappy
Desert straightway entered my garden
Sickness overtook Oleander all on a sudden

She was her father's princess
With grand graphics the father
dreamt, his princess will become a queen
By her exquisite beauty, her dynamism

Dr.Ratan Bhattacharjee Biography

Dr, Ratan Bhattacharjee, the multilingual Columnist writer and academician is at present the Affiliate Faculty Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond USA. Formerly Chairperson of the Post Graduate Dept. of English and is also associated with teaching in the PG Dept of English of Rabindra Bharati Univesity, both in regular and distance. He is the Executive member in the International Advisory Board of International Theeodore Dreiser Society, USA http: //www.dreisersociety.org/. Basically a poet, and very popular one with his bouquet of fabulous love poems, The Ballad of the Bleeding Ballads (http: //www.amazon.in/s/ref=nb_sb_noss? url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=The+ballad+of+the+bleeding+bubbles+by+Ratan+Bhattacharjee+) , he also writes short stories for children.He has to his credit books on American and Indian literature. and his short stories for children are the outcome of his affectionate interaction with children whom he loves and whom he feels inside himself. His other stories, articles and poems are published in numerous journals and magazines in India and abroad. His book of poems The Ballad of the Bleeding Bubbles is now the best seller (https: //www.facebook.com/editnote.php? draft¬e_id=10203159457689387&id=1295799967) He authored Six Feet Distance a collection of short stories published from USA and his best seller poetry book Oleander Blooms. Felicitated by CM Andhra Pradeep and won several international Awards. He was associated with the Indian Association of American Studies (IAAS) as a member of the Executive Body and now he is the Founder Director of the newly inaugurated Dattani Archive and Research Association (DARA) , Kolkata. He edits the Journal VIEW, Voices of The Indian English Writers See this website: https: //www.facebook.com/notes/drratan-bhattacharjee/extension-of-voices-of-the-indian-english-writers-view-2014-till-dec-2014-format/10203840483434605) another International ISSN journal Literary Confluence (Visit the website of Literary Confluence: (http: //literaryconfluence.weebly.com/) His papers have been accepted for the International Conference at Romania organized by the University of Craiova. He has to his credit nearly five books on British and American literature and nearly 650 articles. And 200 poems and short stories all in English. He is a bilingual author and wrote books on British and American Literature.You may visit the following links to have an immediate idea of his write ups. Short Stories of Ratan Bhattacharjee https: //www.facebook.com/pages/Short-Stories-of-Ratan-Bhattacharjee/608767202487290 Poetry of Dr.Ratan Bhattacharjee https: //www.facebook.com/pages/Poetry-of-Ratan-Bhattacharjee/535688096453930 Merinews articles on social issues http: //www.merinews.com/cj/drratanbhattacharjee Articles on Social issues in boloji.com http: //www.boloji.com/index.cfm? md=Members&sd=Blogger)

The Best Poem Of Dr.Ratan Bhattacharjee

Huge Dreams And The Open Window

Leave the window open
I see the wheat field from here
I see the reaper sowing the seeds
He dreams of the cornfield full
Huge harvesting and huge dreams

Leave the window open
The moon rises high
The Light in white rings encircles the sky
Hasnuhena flowers all around and
Champak odours fall in dream
I can see the boy kissing his gal
The doves above rest in their nest.
Huge dreams, plenty and full.

Leave the window open
The river far away slowly crawls
I can hear the ripples
Dancing in the wind
Air is watching all night long
The moon goes through the sky
Someone wept and cried aloud.
Green night loves the warm lily

Leave the window open
Leave the huge window wide open

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