Bishnu Dey Poems
- Smritti Shatta Bhabishyat The sea swelled and roared on ...
- Urboshi I am not your Pururoba! Hey, Urboshi, A realm I ...
- On 14th August So, do my words keep returning to her ...
- Bad Times He was walking behind me in the alley. I see him ...
- I Also I also yearn for rain-clouds, not just with my ...
- Aspiration Wipe out the sky tonight, Smear darkness on the ...
- The Alien On either side the woods, in the middle the ...
Bishnu Dey was a prominent Bengali poet, prose writer, translator, academic and art critic in the era of modernism, post-modernism. Starting off as a symbologist, he won recognition for the musical quality of his poems, and forms the post-Tagore generation of Bengali poets, like Buddhadeb Basu and Samar Sen, which marked the advent of "New Poetry" in Bengali literature, deeply influence by Marxist ideology. He even published a poetry magazine for while wherein he encouraged socially conscious writing. His own work reveals a poet's solitary struggle, quest for human dignity, amidst a crisis of uprooted identity. Through his literary career, he taught English literature at various ... more »
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Smritti Shatta Bhabishyat
The sea swelled and roared
on that full-moon spring night.
That day Damini said, 'My heart's
desire is not fulfilled.'
She wanted to live again
at the edge of death and the full moon of life,
She searched again for the bottomless blue
of the moonlit sky
that day, by the ocean.
In everyday of my life you are almost
the full moon night at jhulan,
or a full moon night in the winter
or spring or summer or at rash or Kojagori,
even the shapeless new moon night is
an image of you.
My heart's desire is not fulfilled either,
I wish I could ...