Ashraful Musaddeq

Rookie - 86 Points (Aug 16 1958 / Bangladesh)

[02] Acquitted Desire - Poem by Ashraful Musaddeq

A butterfly died of a heart attack
While you were laughing on the window
Catfish jumped on the bank of a tank
Cool sleeping dog shaking dreams like tail.

Trust blooms in front of summer
Melting heart flies over floating algae
Snail crossing prickle heat zone of back
Acquitted desire moves around bangle.



Poem 01
Book 'Firefly Can't Make a Day' February 2008
Copyright Writer
Rhythm Publishers, Dhaka, Bangladesh
ISBN 984-8319-63-8


Comments about [02] Acquitted Desire by Ashraful Musaddeq

  • (6/24/2009 6:58:00 PM)


    The first stanza itself presented in an unique way and steal the heart........ (Report) Reply

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  • (6/19/2009 2:20:00 PM)


    'Melting heart flies over floating algae'
    The first pulsation of Life in algae...
    Not in 'Fugitive Silence' [a recent post of mine]
    But in Serene Silence
    a 10 +
    dr. sakti.
    19.06.09.
    India
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  • (6/8/2009 11:06:00 AM)


    As always..a unique thought process...10 is a must...Brishti (Report) Reply

  • (6/8/2009 11:06:00 AM)


    As always..a unique thought process...10 is a must...Brishti (Report) Reply

  • (5/13/2009 1:23:00 AM)


    great
    butterfly died on heart attack
    i never think that way as you thought
    great poet
    keep in touch
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  • (5/11/2009 6:49:00 AM)


    A butterfly dies of a heart attack...Wow! That is poetic license and well wriiten prose. These fews lines show us how we live at times in a myopic way and in parallel worlds all at the same time.
    Good write.
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  • Dorothy- A. Holmes (10/17/2008 11:22:00 PM)


    'Poetry is the music of thoughts, conveyed to us in the music of language'

    I don't know the author of this quote but it speaks well of this poem...I love that you dared!

    Dorothy
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  • Palas Kumar Ray (10/15/2008 8:04:00 AM)


    I'm just lost in the maze of metaphores.
    I fear my desire be accuited else I would seek help for rescue.
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  • (10/12/2008 1:41:00 AM)


    Desire is rightly acquitted! I like the way you put the ideas short and sweet! (Report) Reply

  • (10/6/2008 10:29:00 AM)


    very nice indeed.......read mine on the same lines.....the day i see a purple cow (Report) Reply

  • (10/1/2008 2:24:00 AM)


    provactive metaphors descriptive and coloring, fauna of unusual scenes 10+ (Report) Reply

  • (9/28/2008 3:25:00 PM)


    a poet is a magician...a poet can create magic with word...
    Mr. Ashraful Musaddeq....u've shown that in this poem...
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  • (9/23/2008 3:16:00 AM)


    Yeah, a poet should know using strange words to express an idea likes magic art., like you have done, words might be even conflicted, it is a kind of what so we called beautiful art. Good job, A. Musaddeq! (Report) Reply

  • (9/19/2008 3:27:00 AM)


    wowww... that is fabulous.. a butterfly dies of heart attack, while you were laughing at the window.
    .it is unique and so well expressed! !
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  • (9/10/2008 11:06:00 AM)


    The connections of the words are too disjointed to understand what you are really saying. (Report) Reply

  • (9/8/2008 4:04:00 PM)


    a lovely poem, unpredictable. a well hidden art in the words (Report) Reply

  • (9/1/2008 3:27:00 PM)


    Ashraful, It is pleasant to me your live and original metaphors... 10...
    Tsira
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  • Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (8/19/2008 9:54:00 PM)


    conflicts of metaphors, but still a great writes. (Report) Reply

  • (5/20/2008 1:50:00 PM)


    Rich imagery and i like the 'sleeping dog shaking dreams like tail' and 'the snail crossing prickle heat zone' - animated, dynamic lovely poem (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 4, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 4, 2012


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