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Kazi Nazrul Islam

(24 May 1899 - 29 August 1976 / Bardhaman / India)

Poems of Kazi Nazrul Islam

221. The Poet's Queen 5/29/2012
222. The Rebel 9/23/2011
223. The Red Torch of Islam 5/30/2012
224. The Resurgence (Islamic Lyric) 5/29/2012
225. The River is Anjana 5/30/2012
226. The Run-Away 5/29/2012
227. The Summer Air 5/29/2012
228. The Thorn of the Lotus 5/29/2012
229. The Tide is Back in The River 5/30/2012
230. The War Drum 5/29/2012
231. The Wine of God's Love 5/30/2012
232. The Worshipper 5/29/2012
233. There Smiles the Eid-ul-Azha Moon 5/30/2012
234. Those Iron Gates of Prison 5/29/2012
235. Thou Came for the Sake of the Poor 5/30/2012
236. Ting-A-Ling, Ting-A-Ling, Ting-A-Ling, 5/30/2012
237. To a Mother 5/29/2012
238. Tora Ke Jabi Chol Dur Arobe 5/30/2012
239. Traveler to a New Destination 5/29/2012
240. Tribhuboner Priyo Mohammad Elo Re Duniyay 5/30/2012

Beware My Captain

You have to cross the darkness of the night
A desert vast and a hill of great height,
And an ocean, fathomless and dark.
Travellers, beware and look sharp.

The boat is trembling,
The water is swelling,
The sail is torn asunder,
And the boatman is losing his way,

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