Kamol Karmakar

Kamol Karmakar Poems

A righteous and god-fearing man
Worships his favorites—
In temple everyday
Prays so he succeeds—
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There once was a Stallion, who met a Jenny,
As one, rambles to adventures; rainy or sunny!
Jenny hunted, loved penny. Vixen!
Horsy, a Jack, so thanked Hymen,
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No more all-you-can-eat buffets,
No more forcing smiles.
Wealth disappeared, despair rates skyrocketed,
Worries ebbed and flowed.
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Lovers—give breath to thy voice—today
For in the end
all they chuckle is—
I got a boyfriend!
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Kamol Karmakar Biography

Kamol Karmakar is serving as a Lecturer in the Department of English Language and Literature at the University of Creative Technology Chittagong (UCTC) . Previously, he taught at the University of Science and Technology Chittagong (USTC) . At the beginning of his career, he taught at Presidency International School, Chittagong. His areas of expertise and academic interests include American Literature and Culture, Modern South Asian Studies, and Teaching of English in an EFL Setting. He is a life member of BELTA (Bangladesh English Language Teachers' Association) . His work has appeared in Downtown Archive, and The Cognitive Quotient—A Literary Magazine.)

The Best Poem Of Kamol Karmakar

Impermanence

A righteous and god-fearing man
Worships his favorites—
In temple everyday
Prays so he succeeds—
To find his next victim!
 
An eye-for-an-eye man—stout
Oh—a land-grabber too—
If you ever asked for
A problem-solving interview—
Nowhere to find him!
 
He became an ‘it'
Three seconds ago—
They stopped yessirring him
Not a blow to his big ego—
His eyes rather grew dim!
 
All eyes gathered—calling hours
But, nowhere are his friends—
Lands, cashes, bonds, and golds
Eyes on the hands—
Empty, cold, ashen, and slim!

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