Kazi Nazrul Islam
I Know Your Compassion Mother - Poem by Kazi Nazrul Islam
I know your compassion Mother and hence await better days.
I may meanwhile be battered with losses, want and debt.
You cause me pain only to take me to your Bosom.
Can any mother remain indifferent after inflicting pain on her child.
I know that you are more kind than hard-hearted
So the more you frighten me the closer r get to your Bosom.
There might be good reason for your chiding me.
Just because you make me weep and wince
I cannot say I have no mother.
[Original: Koruna tor jani mago; Translation: Abu Rushd]
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