Treasure Island

Ashraful Musaddeq

(Aug 16 1958 / Bangladesh)

Green Couplets 02 Touchy Composition


Between two cotyledons— plant grows with a bud!
With two lines— couplets come into flower with an idea.
Sometimes, two lines may be more powerful than two hundred lines.
Small verses like couplets are really beautiful.

They speak and touch with peace— as Poems for Life.


Couplet— I
Watering rain on the leaves
Orchid plant mutely sleeps

Couplet— II
Under the pillow raining night
Memory coins may or might!

Couplet— III
All green buds grows yellow
Plant or animal must follow!

Couplet— IV
Shooting stars proclaimed that
No one ever will be mate…

Couplet— V
How the moon came into being
The way fishes sleep and sing


Ashraful Musaddeq

Submitted: Thursday, September 02, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, August 01, 2012

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