Kazi Nazrul Islam (24 May 1899 - 29 August 1976 / Bardhaman / India)
Poems of Kazi Nazrul Islam
|241.||Tumi Aghat Diye Mon Ferabe Ei ki Tomar Asha||5/29/2012|
|242.||Tumi ki Dokkhina Pabon||5/29/2012|
|243.||Tumi Onek Dile Khoda, Dile Niyamot||5/30/2012|
|244.||Uthuk Tufan Pap-Doriyay||5/30/2012|
|248.||We are the People Who Once Sacrificed Their Lives||5/30/2012|
|250.||What a Fire||5/30/2012|
|251.||What Sweet Wine is This||5/30/2012|
|252.||Where Is The Peacock's Throne||5/30/2012|
|253.||Where Was I||5/30/2012|
|254.||Who walked out||5/30/2012|
|255.||Why Did You Wake My Dear||5/30/2012|
|257.||With Islam as the Merchandise||5/30/2012|
|258.||With the late Monsoon's light clouds||5/30/2012|
|260.||You are always in my thoughts||5/30/2012|
Coming of Anondomoyee
How much longer will you
stay hidden behind a clay statue?
Heaven today is subjugated by merciless tyrants.
God's children are getting whipped, heroic youth-hanged.
India today is a butchery-when will you arrive, O Destroyer?
God's soldiers are serving terms of hard labor exiled to desolate islands.
Who will come to the battlefield
unless you come with your sword in your hand?