sarwar chowdhury

Origin- Bangladesh, Living abroad.
sarwar chowdhury
Origin- Bangladesh, Living abroad.
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2- Those Animated Pictures Shivered Him

Rating: 4.9
Standing beside the sea
he were watching
something pleasing on the shore
Suddenly he were shivered!

His memory opened the window
where animated pictures were appearing
that he could not understand the factum-

Humanity is naked mendicant
War-torned earth loughing
Shuttle diplomacy cutting jokes
Lovely flowers are crying
Sunshine disturbed
Moonlight tortured
Roads are as tormentor
Conspiracies are tranquillizer
Beauties become fire
Lovers are tyrants
Cities are forest
Wisdoms are neglected
Liar being worshipped

At last
very slowly he sounds once-
Where i am living!

But when he turned right and
looked at the unknown green tree
a sentence entered in his mind-
Day and night appear here having touched by cyclic motion.

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COMMENTS
Sandra Fowler 21 September 2008
You handle the English language in a wonderfully, unique way. I love your use of the word, 'shivered' to describe your reaction to the animated pictures. Sarwar, I can honestly say, I have yet to read a poem of yours that did not richly deserve a ten. Warm regards, Sandra
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Anna jonson 25 August 2008
good poem...10 from me...
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Sulaiman Mohd Yusof 08 August 2008
animation reflects reality..in between fantasy, sometimes lead to animosity.
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Wanelisa Albert 26 July 2008
reminds me of my poem illusion. nice....i always enjoy your writes
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Anjali Sinha 26 July 2008
Hey sarwar, great write and beautiful compostion.Its very true 'Lovers are tyrants Cities are forest Wisdoms are neglected Liar being worshipped' Eyeopener for all. thanks for sharing +10 to you
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Chitra - 25 July 2008
wonderful poem with a lot bare truth there, composed well
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Jun Insigne 23 July 2008
His memory opened the window where animated pictures were appearing that he could not understand the factum- i like this line, good composition, , , , , , , , , , thanks for sharing 10
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Samanwaya Njaaneya 22 July 2008
The sailing thoughts from the sea shore fishing the facts.......good work.....
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Sarwar Chowdhury 17 July 2008
Due to technical problem Poet Francis Duggan could not directly comment here. He sent his comment on this poem to inbox as below- 'I gave it a ten I would give it a twenty if I could it is such a beautiful poem but then every poem you write is such a good poem excellent work Sarwar and thank you for sharing. F Duggan '
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Uriah Hamilton 16 July 2008
There seems a sad wisdom here. Enjoyed the third stanza most.
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