Moloy Bhattacharya

Veteran Poet - 1,031 Points (1st Day Of April / Burdwan, West Bengal)

Moloy Bhattacharya Poems

41. Fever 5/21/2017
42. Dr.Faustus Speaks From Hell 5/30/2017
43. My Village Home 6/3/2017
44. A Game Of Cricket 6/25/2017
45. Thirst 7/3/2017
46. You Are A Dream 7/12/2017
47. The Girl Who Eloped 7/12/2017
48. Death Of A Priest 7/13/2017
49. The Goat 6/11/2017
50. A Realization 6/11/2017
51. The Journey Of Life 2/19/2015
52. To My Coy Mistress 10/13/2014
53. Confession Of An English Opium Eater 1/12/2014
54. Secrets Of Life 9/10/2013
55. Mamata Banerjee 10/16/2014
56. The Plight Of A Married Lady 3/3/2015
57. A Jar Of Innocent Chocolate 9/16/2015
58. Death Of A Poet 10/20/2014
59. কলিযুগ চলছে 6/25/2017
60. Promises 7/16/2017
61. His Last Journey 6/5/2017
62. A Memory 6/1/2016
63. A Meeting 8/8/2016
64. Forgotten Rabindranath Tagore 7/23/2013
65. Arnab Goswami 10/11/2014
66. Arranged Marriage 5/21/2013
67. The Old Man And The Sea 3/12/2015
68. A Forced Marriage 2/16/2015

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Best Poem of Moloy Bhattacharya

A Forced Marriage

Very bluntly he says
He loves her not
Not even like her.
She is not smart,
Not looks attractive,
A feeling he bears
In his heart for long
For the girl
He is going to marry
He is forced to marry.
For certain criteria
Of her that he likes
He spoke to the girl,
And confessed his secret
As a bow shot from arrow
The innocent girl
Looks at him in surprise.
Both are unknown
To each other
Settling for a life,
Vowed to spend together.
He plays no cupid,
Not inclined to woo her
No hang-outs.
No phone calls.
One by one ...

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Morning Message

A unique feeling for the eyes
to see the soft touch of rays
of the benevolent morning sun
spreading timely over this beautiful earth

Whispering to you with a message
to snap your dreamy lazy sleep
that takes a heavy toll upon you
ensnared for hours in her milky hue

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