Call Poem by Sayeed Abubakar

Call

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Even a dog runs
Listening to a dog's call;
Listening to a bird's call,
Even a caged bird flaps its wings;
Only you, o men,
Don't leave your home
Listening men's call;
Listening to men's cry
Your heart doesn't cry.

You are confined only
To the boundary of your country;
You are circling only
The maze of your religion;
Your eyes don't see
How the killers kill men,
How the earth is soaked with men's blood.

Won't your heart cry for once
For those who are crying on the banks
Of the Congo, the Lualaba, the Amazon,
The Tigris, the Ganges and in Palestine,
Arakan, Uyghur and Kashmir?

Thursday, April 16, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: humanity
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Mahtab Bangalee 17 April 2020

greatly written on the humanity/// deaf all are blind all are dumb all are nobody hears the crying of hungriness nobody sees the wreathed conditions of poverty nobody in society to tell the grief story of middle class..................///

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Sayeed Abubakar

Jessore / Bangladesh
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