Farrukh Ahmad

(10 June 1918 - 19 October 1974 / Magura / Bangladesh)

Farrukh Ahmad Poems

1. To My Poem 3/23/2012
2. To The Poet 3/23/2012
3. Son Of Man 3/23/2012
4. The Brilliant Lamp: Muhammad Mustafa (S.M.) 3/23/2012
5. In The Meadow Of Mainamoti: 3 3/23/2012
6. The Vultures 3/23/2012
7. From 'Dilruba' 5th Canto, No 6 3/23/2012
8. In The Coming Winter 3/23/2012
9. The Train 3/23/2012
10. From &Quot;Naufel And Hatem&Quot; 3/23/2012
11. Acquaintance 3/23/2012
12. I Shall Wake You Up 3/23/2012
13. Night At Kanchra Para 3/23/2012
14. The Mind 3/23/2012
15. The Background 3/23/2012
16. The Youth-Brigade 3/23/2012
17. I Called Her In That Name 3/23/2012
18. Dejection 3/23/2012
19. From Outside Of The Cradle 3/23/2012
20. Dahuk 3/23/2012
21. An Atheist's Prayer : His Confession 3/23/2012
22. The Dead-Body 3/23/2012
23. The Whistle Of The Magpie Robin 3/23/2012
24. Punjeri (The Navigator) 3/23/2012
25. A Moment's Poem 3/23/2012
26. The Sailor Of The Seven Seas 3/23/2012
27. Personal Explanation 3/23/2012
Best Poem of Farrukh Ahmad

Personal Explanation

Many a time my well-wishers opined that
I have a very bright future before me−
That is, through sinful earning,
Big post, money,
House in Park Circus;
Purse-proud daughter as pleasure companion.

But when hope belied them at a premature time, they said :
It's senility that made me good for nothing,
A vagabond!
I peddle pieces of idealism on the foot-path.
I don not hesitate to compare Park Circus
With a quarter of the hell;
Because I see the pus of capitalism
Accumulated in dust-bins there
(Although dressed up in varieties of ...

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To My Poem

Once again you open wide your window,
Let starry light fall on the cobweb of thought,
Let the wounded mind rise with your measure and rhyme,
Come once to this world beset with dilemma

I have never denied earthly needs,
(But remember : no escapism,
One who can easily get the hectic flush of joy
Never finds the road to struggle closed).

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