Qaisar Bashir Lone

Veteran Poet - 1,547 Points [Janu] (05/10/1988 / Gundpora, Bandipora)

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Qaisar Bashir, who hails from Bandipora, Kashmir, was born in 1988. He had a Master's Degree in English Literature from Kashmir University. Once Upon A Time, a translation of a Kashmiri Novel, Akh Dour, by Bansi Lal Nirdous, published by Authorspress on January 01,2017, is his debut achievement. Besides this, he was awarded a certificate of appreciation by Criterion: An International Journal, for ... more »

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  • ''False ego kills
    A man like venomous pills.
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    To all human beings.
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    To all lovers
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    Trying to take you somewhere you know not.''
    To all human beings
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O' Sweet Childhood Nights!

Modern nights
Though starry and full moon still
Are not so sheen and bright
As you, childhood nights, used to be: so
Rapturous that women rushed out of their homes, smiling,
And gathered in lawns to sing songs
And we like moths circled them
With a wish to find solace and peace.

O' sweet childhood nights!
Where've thou gone to?
Have they kidnapped you too?
Have they caged you in Papa 1 or 2?
Why're you mum?
Do you hear me?
I know, dear, why you do not hear
Or speak,
I know your tongue is cut
And your ears are ...

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