Muzahidul Reza

Gold Star - 229,193 Points (26 March,1978 / Charaihatee; Mohangonj; Rajibpur.)

Biography of Muzahidul Reza

Muzahidul Reza poet

Harmful things, beings to self, to other, to mankind, to creations, to creatures, to environment, to earth, to universe and to any; weapons, wars, violence, chaos, crimes, corruptions, degradation to mankind cause him much shocked since his early student life. Since his early student life he hopes that human beings will be on rationality, legality, honesty, sincerity, justice, neutrality, peace loving with all positive and good qualities, virtues. They will be helpful, benevolent, well thinkers to each other. They will be thoughtful of the world, the creations, the creatures and their Creator. They will be virtuous and free from all vices, guilts, hatred, greed, envy, enmity, bestialities and what not.
But he observes fully opposite pictures human beings draw with all black colors having all negative vices, traits dangerous activities. They discover and invent dreadful weapons, tools, harmful technologies, ill plans wasting huge assets to destroy, massacre themselves, their earth. They waste huge of properties playfully when a large numbers of mankind in many areas of the world pass days without basic needs.

When he was in primary school, he came to know the Liberation War of his Motherland in which lots of innocent, civil people were killed mercilessly. When he was high school student, he read details of the two gigantic World Wars, Crimean War, Vietnam War, etc. and their horrible impacts on innocent mankind, environment, weather and climate. Afterwards, he watched on screen and came to know much about the Gulf Wars, Iraq, Afghan and etc. Wars most of which were forceful and wrong information based. And what (wars, violence, chaos, crimes, murders, massacre, degradation to mankind) have been happening in Palestine by Israel, in Myanmar by Myanmar government, military and civil people as well as in many other places in the world.

His many poems are the output of all those shocked experiences. Mediterranean Girl's War Phobia is one of those poems. The note of this poem: Mediterranean girl is a symbolic figure who lives around the Mediterranean Sea whose surrounding countries are mostly, partly or fully destroyed for illegal (forceful and on wrong information based) wars, invasions, massacres, violence, intrigues, ill diplomacy and so on. The Gulf Wars, e. g., Iraq and Afghan wars are some examples.
Also many countries around the world have been afflicted with the curses of illegal, forceful wars, destructions, murder, massacres, violence, chaos, crimes, corruptions, discriminations, what not.
For the abuses of powers; heavy and chemical weapons; atom, hydrogen bombs not only human beings are massacred but also civilizations, nature are severely destroyed. The two gigantic World Wars are two examples.
Destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki are the two fiery examples where heavy and dreadful atom, hydrogen bombs, were abused. There the impacts of wars are still causing seriously.

And also many wars from time to time here and there were and are launched. Most of these wars were and are illegally being launched only for massacring and destroying. Even in the running 21st century humans are facing brutal massacres in Myanmar, Turkey, Palestine, and in many other countries in the world. Wars, weapons, violence, massacres not only ruin humans, civilizations, nature but also pollute the environments severely and affect for long, the future generations and the world.
Weapons, wars, destructions, corruptions and other related things, agents are but manmade curse and havoc for finishing themselves physically, psychologically and spiritually. To the poet, it is high time humans should understand; otherwise, they are the terrorists in Creator's universe, and it will be too late.

Muzahidul Reza, also known Muzahid Reza, a poet and writer of Bangladesh was born in the village Charaihatee of Mohangonj, Rajibpur in Kurigram District, located in the North Bangle (Northern part of Bangladesh) , in March,1978. He is the 2nd among five brothers and two sisters.

His father’s name is M. A. Mozid Miah, an educated, brave, honest, religious person who passed his life through diversities of jobs, services, businesses. He also served as home maker; in this field he used to set deep and shallow tube wells which brought him much fame, name and means. As a social worker and farmer he advanced much. His Father died on 29th March,2012.
Muzahidul Reza is much inspired by his father.

His mother’s name is Moriam Begum. She also known as Monowara Begum. Her nickname is Morichmoti. She is an ideal woman. She is much concerned of her sons and daughters though they all are established now. She is fond of village living. She sometimes visits her children’s houses in towns and cities. While visiting she advises them much.

Education:

Muzahid Reza thinks human beings’ whole lives are educational life. From cradle to grave they directly or indirectly have to learn and earn knowledge for further life. Without knowledge they cannot do much. So, for being humans (male and female both) must earn and need knowledge, ………

Muzahidul Reza has completed Highest University Degrees, Master’s Degrees on English Literature and Language as well as on Education (B. Ed. & M. Ed.) . At School & College levels he studied Science, Arts & Religion and he is still learning knowledge on various sections, ……………………

Literary Life:

From high school level he began to start writing poems and short stories on nature, environments, animals, humans, on human feelings, on society, country, world, and universe. In high school life he was awarded for writing good poems in various local poetry competitions and soon he became familiar as a good poet. But he was not regular writer while studying in college and university for being busy in studies. At these levels he wrote occasionally. Now, he is a teacher. As a teacher in Bangladesh he has to be busy in profession, in institution. Still he is writing on. His some books are.............

Muzahidul Reza's Works:

Poetry:

1. Darkness In The Modern World
2. Selected Poems
3. A Collection Of Selected Poems Of Muzahidul Reza
4. Modern Verses
5. The Curses Of The White Pages (Sada Pristhar Ovishap) it is in my Native Language Bangla English Translation is available
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POER FORMS INTRODUCING:

1. Reza Syllabic Verse:

About Reza Syllabic Verse:
6 lines poem -
Syllables meter: 10 in the 1st line,9 in the 2nd,8 in the 3rd,7 in the 4th,
6 in the 5th and 5 in the 6th line (10-9-8-7-6-5) ,
Syllables may be stressed or unstressed.
Rhyme scheme: ababcc; ababcd; abbacc; aabbcc
The aabbcc will be Heroic Reza syllabic Verse.
A simple refrain of 5th line may be as 6th line; if no refrain,
the 6th line will be an individual one.

Examples are available in my poems lists:

2. RARe Stanza:

About RARe Stanza:
6 Lines Poem -
Syllables Meter: 1-1-1-1-4-4
Rhyme Scheme: aabbca; ababca; aaaaba.

RARe Stanza refers Right Angle Reza Stanza.

Geometric Theoretical Explanation of ‘RARe Stanza'
The 1st 4 (1-1-1-1) lines stand on the last 2 (4-4) lines,
At the joining point, line No.4 and 5 there the 90º angle is generated;
The 90º angle is known as Right Angle in Geometry.

Examples are available in my poems lists:

3. RARe 2nd Stanza:

About
RARe 2nd Stanza:
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6 Lines Poem -
Syllables Meter: 2-2-2-2-6-6
Rhyme Scheme: aabbca; ababca; aaaaba.

RARe 2nd Stanza refers Right Angle Reza 2nd Stanza.

Geometric Theoretical Explanation of ‘RARe 2nd Stanza'
The 1st 4 (2-2-2-2) lines stand on the last 2 (6-6) lines,
At the joining point, line No. 4 and 5 there the 90º angle is generated;
The 90º angle is known as Right Angle in Geometry.

4. Reza Stanza:

About Reza Stanza:
7 lines poem -
Syllables meter: 9-8-7-9-8-7-9.
Rhyme scheme: ababcdd.

Examples are available in my poems lists:

Out Of Feelings

desert sucks upper water to store in the deep
trees, plants, herbs and grasses are about to die
sunshine reflects on mirages there
mirages elude and mislead the travelers,
travelers fall in danger
laughters and howlings heard of monsters;

trees distribute all the productions, yet stand still
to shadow the tired travelers in mid summer

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