Rahman Henry

Gold Star - 36,741 Points (14 January 1970 / Natore, Bangladesh.)

The Grave Dweller - Poem by Rahman Henry

The graveyard silent by day
And garrulous at night
Is but my beloved land

And I'm proud of these people
Dwelling in this duality

One day a thougtful afternoon
Would repent in the history
As because the assailant was
None but our saviour!

Topic(s) of this poem: grave, life and death, lifestyle, mother land, tyranny

Form: Free Verse


Comments about The Grave Dweller by Rahman Henry

  • (1/17/2016 12:04:00 AM)


    One day a thougtful afternoon
    Would repent in the history
    As because the assailant was
    None but our saviour!
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  • Atoar Hossan (12/2/2015 4:01:00 AM)


    The graveyard silent by day
    And garrulous at night
    Is but my beloved land....
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  • Shah Surja (11/30/2015 2:52:00 PM)


    The graveyard silent by day
    And garrulous at night
    Is but my beloved land
    (Report) Reply

  • Kelly Kurt (11/30/2015 2:01:00 PM)


    It is often the Savior that strikes the deadly blow (Report) Reply

  • (11/30/2015 10:53:00 AM)


    The assailant was none but our saviour................ (Report) Reply

  • Shakil Ahmed (11/30/2015 10:46:00 AM)


    you have portrayed life and death beautifully in your poem, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 30, 2015



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