Magic Girl: - Poem by Rafiqul Anowar
You know how the magic girl came to my world?
She was hidden for many years into the dark deep ocean,
As a nymph, was happy in her own land
Was full of her own sorrow and joy.
As silent meek bird, never dared to cross the ocean.
But she loved the blue horizon line;
She loved to swim all over the world.
Though never thought to go out of her reality.
Once I was the traveler, forced by a terrible storm -
lost in the mid sea; as a cursed sailor - about to die
with fear and hollowness.
I met her on a shiny morning
And she saw me - a strange man, violent pirates
of the distant sea, a human kind.
Though I was not good man, or gentle ever
But the girl of the magic land saved me and took me
As an innocent being. So one day she imagined to fly,
I told her the beauty of flying in the sky
- the dream of being wild in the mid ocean,
Under the cold blue water -with passion and warmness
she breathed like a living doll between my hands.
She told me all the tales of truth and reality,
I told her all the stories of lie and dream -
And I told her only to love me for a while.
On the dust of broken hulled ship, I gave her my tenderness
And then she left and disappeared.
May be I was not so true to her;
I, human kind never be a truthful being.
Has left me though she taught me how to love
She left me as she never wanted tobe a girl of lie.
I remain on the dead-land with emptiness
Nothing remained with me but the truth of her love -
And the smell of being wild for one night,
It lasted like thousand nights.
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