Hasan Al Mahmud

Rookie - 157 Points (July 7,1993 / Bangladesh)

Access And Success - Poem by Hasan Al Mahmud

I have found a wonderful gate
By the help of U.S Department of State.
Through the gate, I am going to feel the success
It is only for you, only for becoming an ACCESS.

It makes me happy extremely
At a time I could not speak; I was fruitless
I did not know how to learn English
I was trying, but it was not in progress
Today, maybe, I am going to get the success
It is obviously, because of being an Access

Everyone observes the face of Munalisa
They say, oh my god! What a beautiful is this!
Why do not you look at me, and at my progress?
A disadvantaged student of Bangladesh
Who is going to touch the success.
Why do not you thank them?
Who played a great role to remove my darkness.

You may have seen a pitcher or a pot;
Very expensive but bottomless.
Then what would be? It must be waterless.
As a young leader I have to stop it, I have to close
With the confidence, I have to say
It’s possible. It’s I can, It’s I will, because I am an ACCESS

I get myself changed, I get me developed.
I learnt a lot, I overcame my blindness.
I am not only learning the English language,
Besides this, I am getting the awareness.
Because, I exchanged a lot who faced duress
So, completely, I am going to see the success
No doubt, it for becoming an Access.

How can I give you thank, you are really enormous
No language in the world to address
To give the description of your effort
Because, you made my foundation when I was baseless
Today, surely, I am going to have the success
It is obviously, for becoming an Access.


Thank you U.S. Department of States,
Thank you the FHI360, and thank you all

Topic(s) of this poem: thanksgiving

Form: Couplet


Poet's Notes about The Poem

It's a thanks giving for US Government

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 12, 2015



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