Md. Moniruzzaman

Rookie (31/12/2010 / Khulna Bangladesh)

The Arrival - Poem by Md. Moniruzzaman

I leave the door open
Expecting that you will come;
Cherishing the hope in the deepest portion of my heart
I do feel you will come.
I open the window,
I earnestly look in front the horizon
The vast area of perception reveals in front of mine.
No, I can’t perceive anything
But the hope inside my heart always touches the truth;
You will come, you will come one day.

When I sleep in my bed,
In the deep silent night I feel the touch of you;
I feel the intimate existence of you.
With excessive joy I feel a great happiness
But the dream breaks with in a second;
Than I discover me in my bed,
I was asleep, I was dreaming.
My joys run away as the wind sweeps the clouds,
I start lamenting but the rays of the morning sun
When comes in the east sky;
I have a message,
I have a message on that;
The message of hope,
The message of trust,
And the message of longing;
I find the consolation of mine
The hope, the trust and the longing;
You will come; you will certainly come one day.

I don’t know when you will come
But I am waiting for you all the time, all the day;
All the mornings, all the noons, all the evenings, and all the nights
Deserving one hope, only one hope;
You will come, you will come
And you will come one day.

The unlimited horizon and the fathomless ocean,
I am confident you will overcome,
You will conquer, you will prevail
And come to me, come to me.

For your arrival, my heart is thirsted, molten and insane;
You will come and my heart will find peace,
All the tranquility will become calm,
And the souls’ mingling will reach us heaven.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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