Posts tagged "English_Poetry"

Nov 2020

DON'T SUFFER   By Maid Corbic     Nothing in the world is more important From your own mind map Which we often resort to Seeking an imagination that always knows To obscure the movement of life   First love brings a smile But also troubles, ...

Jun 2020

Let Me Breath By Tara It's okay to be unhappy It's okay to crash and break dawn It's okay to cry every night It's okay to fall dawn everytime Oh…. it's okay, not to be okay. It's okay that I can't ...
White Sufferings By Mayyu Ali   Like every persecuted like every homeless I also thought the same that, there is peace at the end of suffering what I have never imagined is, between suffering and peace there are thousands of black peaces and thousands ...

May 2020

Homeless By Mg Wunna During the acts of genocide, Our homeland was engulfed Our home was in ruins We were threatened and tortured We saw our wealth looted We saw our friends killed We saw our sisters gang-raped. We saw our people cried, ...
A Safe Space By Nur Sadek I have a safe space for you In this space, you can live happily forever The space is ever pure, soft like a pie-cake. None of others can't live in this space, except you. I keep it ...
Crescent Moon By Haydayet Ullah (Kyauk Pen Dhu) It arises above horizon in the evening The evening stars await to ushers To give love and new abundant blessing So the world's earthings may rejoice continously. 25-05-2020 Editorial Team The Art Garden Rohingya
The Eid-Al-Fitr By Ro BM Hairu By the blessings and mercy of the Almighty Allah I could fast for the full month And perform every prayer How I can express His gratitude No word reaches for that nearby At the end ...
The Eid Festival of Twenty Twenty By Kosera Akhtar Where should I keep the burden of my happiness today. To whom will I give my tears today! This unknown happiness, This unknown sorrow, It doesn't mean that you are in this festival. All the ...
The Eid Festival By -ေမာင္တ်ာတ်ာ Before the Eid festival, We are busy to buy new dresses We clean our houses to streets Family members who are far away Come back home for reunion At the eve of the ...
  Refugees By Maung Maung Tin You realm, my umbilical cord, heart of bee Where my umbilicus, they overruled Still my people, have been tortured We, my society, got path to refugee Mothers gave birth, we, dreamers of whimsy Dreams were banned, We, ...
A New Poet By Ro Mon Sur Ali I'm a neophyte What do I write? I lose my mind When I try to find Which words to apply I get confused I start and stop What goes on top? Should I rhyme It takes time I ...
Poetry By Zahid Ullah @ MyoThway Poetry is... The art and hidden skill It makes us cry. It makes us smile and laugh. Poetry is... So powerful and fresh imagination It brings peace and love. It erases the regret of the ...
Hibiscus is Worthy By Mohammed Erfun Amin Hibiscus is a herb, Blooms are fragrant With a great aplomb, She grows on planet. In the morning snows Her bloom is effulgent, I can't pluck its flowers Because of her benefit. Even her stalks, petals Are very ...
My Destiny By Md Sukanu What I am feeling Is something I can not explain And I am willing To go by this plan To where stars live Is where my name shall live It is my destiny In the light's arms, where ...
THE UNIQUE NIGHT (Lailatul Qadr) By Mohammed Erfun Amin  The night of mercy The night of decree The night of destiny The night of royalty The night of power The night of honor The night of blessings The night of prayings The value of ...
A Wandering Traveler By Nur Kamaal O my companions, Let me show the road of my home in dark part of this world I'm passing through an uninhabited zone on my wandering path it seems a sudden flare away but I recognize ...
What's Wrong with Me? By Aershaad @ Innovative pen I attacked nobody I fought no-one I murdered no-one I did no crime No weapons I have either No strength left now to defend No power to fight back Indeed, I am as innocent ...
Writing By Nur Sadek With a pen chasing dreams. It has ink, the endless one Spending time with books Crying in fear Life is riding without tyre Sn-May,E-22 (16-05-2020) Editorial Team The Art Garden Rohingya
Gift By Ro Hares Bin Nur With a handful of clay Created me by the Almighty Of him, that's the gift I received. I was in the heaven On Earth, My parents gave me birth Of them, that's the gift I received. I was ...
Quarantine By Ashiqu Rahman Much rather than the virus, I am afraid of the circus The ring will be my radius About me all will discuss To my family, people will be biased Quarantine is fearsome than the disease Tension and ...
  Quarantine By Ashiqu Rahman Much rather than the virus, I am afraid of the circus The ring will be my radius About me all will discuss To my family, people will be biased Quarantine is fearsome than the disease Tension and ...
My Demands By Pacifist Hoque I’m thirsty not for water, but for justice. I’m hungry not for food, but for peace. I need no life of luxury, but a life, full of safety.   Sn- May, E-19 (15-05-2020) Editorial Team The Art Garden Rohingya