Yogiraj Biplab

Rookie - 295 Points [Yogiraj] (25.08.1997 / Dohaguri, Kharibari, Darjeeling, West Bengal)

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I am Biplab Singha. My birth was on 25 August,1997. I am from Siliguri, Darjeeling, India. I am reading in B.A First year with English in Kalipada Ghosh Taray Mahavidyalaya, Bagdogra. In future there is a way to be a teacher so I am trying for this. As it is essential a job for maintaining the life. Now I am 20. Day by day I am passing much experiences. My poems are of that experiences and of my ... more »

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  • ''Life is too short,
    Live it like yourself.''
    To myself to live a free, natural and independent life.
  • ''The past is problem for me
    Because I myself pulling it into me.''
    Suffering I suffering. I enjoy myself. Fully foolishness.
  • ''Reality and emotion are very far from each other.''
    In my life I have felt and seen that reality and emotion are like sky and this world. They are very different.
  • ''Poverty is a curse to life''
    In my life, what I am suffering most is of poverty. It is a curse to life.
  • ''Perfect practise is the key to success.''
    Practise is not enough, it must be perfect.
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  • Akhtar Jawad Akhtar Jawad (3/28/2014 6:25:00 AM)

    Yogi! why are you so much pessimistic. Be optimistic. You are a good poet. You may get death at any time but you are not going to get this life, I repeat this life, again. No doubt death is not the end and it is transformation of one foem of life into another. But this life too may be made attractive. I am also a tired man, tired of my life, too; but when I see my grand children I wish to live because I love them and they love me too. Love may be with any one. Look for some one who loves you, love him and wish to live.

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Best Poem of Yogiraj Biplab


I remember my childhood everyday
It is the greatest moment gives me relief
I was thoughtless at my childhood
No matter no duty I had deeply
But the time does not wait
I myself donot know how I have been changed
I have crossed a long distance have known men, seen the society
It was better than the bitter aged
Should we recall the childhood?
Yes growing up we be free
We are disconnected from our family, parents
And choose our life as ours
In the now-world to respect parents you must remember childhood

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