Musfiq us shaleheen

(31st, December,1970 / Khulna, Bangladesh)

August Night


After crosses long distance,
Melody comes from a distant hill
Flutes and gentle breeze creates,
New romance and emotion
For a certain time

Sunshine sparks through horn and
edge of the sharp rock,
An uneven high angular imagined route,
Deep shadow on the valley,
the earth lies-
Eagles fly on the roof of,
the hill with sharp eye
Find possible trap
Ferns and conifer spreads,
their generation as possible
Remember the ancient era-

Exposed hard rock, the cruel past, no love sign
Drops blood on rock surface, demand high hopes
Radish sandy granule wait for wind rush
I know the tremendous tornado strikes on hill,
Covers the valley-
Black cloud fires and melts,
creates water, demand new life

August night the poet
become fast and furious-
Crosses the destination,
Will be wrote a new poem-
Creates a new era.

-Shaleheen

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Topic(s): romantic


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Exposed hard rock, the cruel past, no love sign
Drops blood on rock surface, demand high hopes
Radish sandy granule wait for wind rush
I know the tremendous tornado strikes on hill,
Covers the valley-
Black cloud fires and melts,
creates water, demand new life

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