Musfiq us Shaleheen (31st, December,1970 / Khulna, Bangladesh)
1971: A War of Liberation
After Nine month bloodshed-
A healthy baby born on low
laying part of the southern earth
Neo sediments overlaid on the
footprint of bloody rustic soldier boot
Kicked off by the freedom fighter,
my bro in the liberation WAR
Though wings were broken as if,
Feather looms were exhausted
Baby afflicted to smile herself with
priceless sun shines on the horizon
They demonstrated to doom young,
Cut off my culture and raped my sister
But could not smash my
religion and cultural sympathy,
Plays over through rivers
and songs by thousands of years
At the end of the day,
the bloody had no way to move
Finally killed our pen and poets
on a winter December of 1971
But they didn’t know,
“War depends on moral courage”
I am the poet to say some
nuclear words for that bloody swain
Dark covered the horizon,
an endless misery of my mother
So my bro in arms and I am the
poet wait for the win in vain
Revenge takes my bro as if my
RED songs are singing sonorous thee
My baby should be free;
free very soon, new sun will appear…
On a green paper written by
my bro with ink of blood....
- Shaleheen,16th December,2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
Dedicated to the freedom fighter who infused their life to save our motherland.. Bangladesh..
- Shaleheen 16th December,2013, Dhaka
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