Md. Ziaul Haque
I Feel Pity - Poem by Md. Ziaul Haque
I feel pity for Paul of 'Sons and Lovers',
And also for Oedipus,
The same is my feeling,
When I think of Tereus, the tragic king!
I feel so sad for King Lear,
And for Othello after his tragic blunder,
Macbeth’s folly makes me forlorn too,
I feel so bad for the untimely departure of Sukanta.
The death of Socrates somewhat terrifies me!
Dejected I feel thinking of Mandela in the penitentiary.
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