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Asif Andalib

Rookie (27 November 1967 / Moez Monzil, Komlapur, Faridpur, Bangladesh)

Good and Bad


Good are the things
That are proved to be helpful
Bad are the things
That are proved to be harmful
God knows best
What is good for us
And what is bad for us!
That’s why
We should listen to God.

In the eyes of God:
Good work is ten times better
Than bad work
Good work is like gold
And bad work is like cotton

Bad is an inseparable part of God
Just like good is!
God’s body is the Best
And Satan is the worst.

The closer we are to the Best
The luckier we are
The stronger we are
The better we are to the rest.

Submitted: Thursday, November 27, 2008
Edited: Friday, January 14, 2011

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  • Rookie Kite Remedy (12/4/2008 8:18:00 PM)

    Interesting poems..
    An invoking way of defining 'Good' and 'Bad'..
    Also God who takes part on it..
    Beautiful.. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Raj Nandy (12/4/2008 5:50:00 AM)

    The concept put across in the poem is both interesting and thought provoking!
    Good deeds shall always out weigh the bad!
    -Raj Nandy (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 17 Points James Roberts (11/28/2008 9:17:00 AM)

    oNE MANS MEAT IS ANOTHER MANS POISON A VERY INTERESTING AND BELIEF CHALLENGING POEM GAURANTEED TO MAKE YOU THINK ABOUT THE BASICS OF rELIGION/PHILOSOPHY
    JIM (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Charmaine Sinclair (11/28/2008 8:26:00 AM)

    Although I do not have belief in God, some features of good and bad are very well defined in your poem, in a way that any could read and understand- something that is always too underrated. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Catrina Heart (11/28/2008 8:24:00 AM)

    Food for the soul... sush a wonderful piece to share about God, the balance of life and with a fine touch of religious advice...so true! God bless you and this piece, a 10. (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 1,151 Points Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (11/28/2008 4:48:00 AM)

    The concept/philosophy that you share in Stanza 2, is intuiging...The piece itself, as a whole, is unique, as it rings of a parablesque style...I like it...IIT IS GOOD...NO WAY BAD! ! ! Solid Work, Asif.

    FjR (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Min Sia (11/28/2008 4:32:00 AM)

    I like the second stanza..thought provoking...

    In the whole..There's a philosophy in it..everyone should know about...

    Great poem! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Lee Crowell (11/28/2008 12:42:00 AM)

    I like the last four lines. You might try reading my poem 'god poem'. Also, I wrote one about the death of Sadaam Hussein 'lead me up' (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Sid John Gardner. (11/27/2008 3:25:00 PM)

    Please answer this Question Asif.
    'Can anyone justify taking the life at random of innocent people because they do not wish to accept certain creed and way of life? '.
    Yes or no?
    Also do you think that it is possible for an individual to chose his own way of life and religion then live in harmony with others.
    Peace,
    Sid. (Report) Reply

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