Kazi Nazrul Islam

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

Kazi Nazrul Islam Poems

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
245. Vangar Gan 5/29/2012
246. Victoress 5/29/2012
247. Vojon (Mand-Karfa) 5/29/2012
248. We Are The People Who Once Sacrificed Their Lives 5/30/2012
249. Wedded Desire 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
256. Why? 5/30/2012
257. With Islam As The Merchandise 5/30/2012
258. With The Late Monsoon's Light Clouds 5/30/2012
259. Woman 3/13/2012
260. You Are Always In My Thoughts 5/30/2012
261. You Are My Half Moon 5/30/2012
262. You Are So Handsome 5/30/2012
263. You Blessed Child Are Playing 5/30/2012
264. You Burn Me In The Sorrow's Fire 5/30/2012
265. Young Lover 3/13/2012
Best Poem of Kazi Nazrul Islam

Mora Eki Brinte Duti Kusum Hindu-Musalman

Read the full of Mora Eki Brinte Duti Kusum Hindu-Musalman

A Belated Call

Him whom I could not then love much
Why do I now remember thus at this late
hour, a Mother?
Today I remember every night he lulled
me to sleep by kissing my eves,
Kisses followed kisses breaking my
early dawn sleep under their heavy load.

I felt then much distressed

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