Shahabuddin Nagari

(6 October 1955 - / Shibganj, Chapai Nawabganj / Bangladesh)

Poem Of Fourteen Lines - Poem by Shahabuddin Nagari

Do you live in the dark?
The stars fall down on your courtyard
Still you wake up in the midnight
qith eye-full of dreams
Fogs gather on the window night swings like banana leaf
White flowers will bloom on all over your bed.
Are you like flower? If it is flower, it would be white
Fragrance of moonbeams will roll over, like marbles
In afterlife you''ll roll away all the pains and sufferings
Songs of life will be heard from all sides
There''s a wide wild river between you and me
Like silvery tape, and scars of pains are all over
Cold cool water drench slim bare legs
Legs are adored with a pair of jingles
Jingles gather rusts, days become coppery
You''ve loved me, but all debts are cleared
Translated by: Siddique Mahmudur Rahman


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 25, 2012



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