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ISLE OF POETRY
« on: May 24, 2010, 05:19:19 PM »
SCEPTRE

by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

Let me serve you with candour, endeavour & dexterity
Let me dragoon every dissipated into reviving morality,
Let me annihilate all viciousness, massacre & coercion
Let me garnish you to be a utopia, oh, global civilization,
Let me try my best to exploit the Boon of Liberated Will.

Let me love you with sheer simplicity, liability & devotion
Let me expel you otherwise, following your disinclination,
Let me envisage a constant friendship in our weal and woe
Let me oust you, valued comrade- if you mull me over a foe,
Let me aim my best to make use of the Blessings of Persona.

Let me do my goal of birth till death for a serene hereafter
Let me be loyal, steadfast, assiduous & free of dark chapter,
Let me walk on a smooth pavement to attain a justified pelf
Let me plead to Allah for the betterment of thy & other-self,
Let me strive my best to capitalize the Favour of Conscience.
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Re: SCEPTRE (A Poem)
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2010, 10:12:15 PM »
Let me tell you this is a very good poem.

Let the vision come true.

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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2010, 12:20:00 PM »
PARAGON

by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

Turn demeanour placid,
Make your say lucid.
Strive conquers success,
To be bad: a pejorative access.
One cannot satisfy all,
Complacency & pride hasten fall.
Always abhor corruption,
Honesty lifts reputation.
Success bows to a pertinacious,
All rely on a perspicacious.
Be meticulous about blunders,
Everybody hates him who plunders.
Never transgress your limit,
Don’t squander, just dim it.
Gains he who is hasty,
A fruit of patience seems tasty.
To reach at the goal is hardy,
Working for the society is praiseworthy.
Bonhomie can win a heart,
Patriotism is an inevitable part.
Who likes to be a kinky?
Detest hanky-panky.
Be candid and never pretend,
Ambition is capitalized by contend.
Never relinquish your hope,
Tie up all brutality with a rope.
Better to retard all retaliation,
Evade unnecessary mystification.
Doggedness is a bad sign,
Smiling face looks very fine.
A devout must be rewarded,
Despair should be retarded.
Detraction is detrimental,
Dogmatism pesters all.
Amack driving is a breakneck,
Be kind to all for God’s sake.
Truthfulness is dandy,
Saving money is proved handy.
Simplicity is the best way,
Live in others’ hearts & thus sway.

*Paragon was published in Poetry Fair, the wall magazine of the department of English

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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2010, 11:57:27 AM »
hoping that you will soon change the title of this thread from isle to sea.
With best regards,

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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2010, 10:19:12 AM »
TELEPATHY
 
by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

1
Ignorance Is Bliss, Man Must Suffer To Be Wise
Now I Earnestly Regret, Why I Did Come Here, Or You!
Anguish Is Azure To Me For You, To You Ignorance Precise
Be Wise. Or Tread On My Soul And Start Life Anew.
 
2
I Have An Angina Pectoris For Thee
I Yearn For The Best Physician, Will You Be?
You Can Love. Or Wound/ Maim/ Slay Me
I'll Never Go To Scotland Yard, You See.
 
3
Leaf... Green... Chlorophyll
Sage... Thesis... M Phil
Pen... Rejuvenate... Refill
Orange... Colour... Xanthophyll
WBC... Stainable Cell... Eosinophil
It Is You Whom I Feel...
 
4
I breathe In That Air Where You Do,
I Relish That Sunbeam Which You Do,
I Gaze At That Sky Where You Do,
I Abide In That Earth Where You Do,
Contemplate, How Close We Are…!

*Telepathy was published in THE MUSE,
the little magazine of the Department of English in its first issue (March-April 2008)
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #5 on: June 24, 2010, 01:07:45 PM »
this poem is really interesting but may I know the significance behind the poem title "Telepathy" ?

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Re: Significance of Telepathy
« Reply #6 on: June 24, 2010, 01:43:08 PM »
As you know, Telepathy is defined as the ability to communicate without using the five senses that we normally use; such as hearing, touch, smell, taste and sight.

The sixth sense that is present in us is considered to be dormant in most of us. Even though is present but hidden in all, at some instance it works out to be of great use for us. As it is a streamline belief of subconscious pensiveness, and intuition....some idea/message might be conveyed through telepathic way.
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #7 on: June 24, 2010, 01:56:52 PM »
thanks that explained a lot about the poem

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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #8 on: July 06, 2010, 10:59:24 AM »
MONSOON

by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

Lurid summer flares and parches our crust and core
But torrent numbness and sigh for her transcend me more.
Can an introvert lover conquer love’s onerous ordeal?
Agony undermines his vitality like a delicious meal.

My tabula rasa, her fluorescent elixirs of déjà vu, install
How can I be evolved without my desirous élan vital?
I, a flagellant, flinch myself from worldly momentum
Only her amour can uplift to the zenith from substratum.

Now I am flabbergasted, assume it a mirage: telepathy
The wooer vainly gets into stride in quest of the Lethe.
Let’s welcome Monsoon. Urge Her to be incessant, relent:
Kadamba blooms, flamingo swims, river gains ornament,

For washing away our flaw, pang, aridity, trash & despair,
For engulfing all ill-wishers & doers of my impeccable fair.


*Monsoon was published in THE MUSE,
the little magazine of the Department of English in its Second issue (May-June 2008)
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #9 on: July 24, 2010, 03:03:10 PM »
MOON

by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

In the vast sky, an exquisite Moon appears at night
She unleashes her beauty & splashes her moonlight
Around her, there are lots of stars: nimble & bright
Wish to possess the luminous Moon, at their sight.

There is a loamy Earth, in solitude, beneath the Moon:
Dwarf, temperate, introvert; likes to stride in the noon
Lots of weights & tasks on his shoulder from July to June
In bosom, plethoras of deep-rooted affliction defy his boon.
   
The Moon looms, but her precious fervour is rare to him
At night, if the mess of cloud agrees, he attains her beam
In the heap of stars, she harmonizes her with their vim
The Earth seems ineligible, rather their unity looks trim.

The Earth awaits her with a forlorn hope, like a Lodestar:
The Moon mingles with him, bestows her possession to stir.




*Moon was published in THE MUSE,
the little magazine of the Department of English, in its Third issue (July-August 2008)
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2010, 12:56:44 PM »
Wow!! This poem (Moon) is almost like a song .. you should talk to someone who can give a rhythm to this poem to convert it as a song.. it will be beautiful for sure!!

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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #11 on: July 31, 2010, 02:55:09 PM »
All the poems in Earth are a kind of song, if you instill tempo & rhythm in that. Anyway, thank you for your encouraging comment.
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #12 on: August 01, 2010, 05:43:46 PM »
Without poems life is something with poem life is anything...Read poetry about life,,the meaning of life ,,lessons of life,,celebration of life...
It brought up a lot that needed  expression, and i expressed a lot of that through poetry....AND LAST OF ALL I LOVE POETRY
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #13 on: September 05, 2010, 05:00:49 PM »
AWAIT

by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

Ignoring all dynamicity, this large metropolitan comes to a dire standstill
Cornucopia of its flora & fauna languishes despite the inundation of rain,
Thriving economy collapses as the business hub has not a bit sap to instill
Vendors divest them of goods; productivity of the entire city goes in vain.

Excruciating vacuity & anesthesia overwhelm the city’s whole spectrum
Virgins’ exquisite floral adornments fall short to distract the young men,
Diurnal motion of the sun perishes because there is stagnancy humdrum
Noble cosmopolitans are deterred from panning out a welfare campaign.

Dwellers are no more imbued with patriotism, verve & vital civic sense
Closed Market; no export-import; no sports: only embedded distraction
Inert Media; tarnished morality; Scaramouch plummets in dismay, tense
Lethargic Admin; insecure Citadel; contused Medicare; spoiled Education

I’m the most impecunious & experiencing dissuasion from everything
Thine sole return in this metropolis can fetch up normalcy- but nothing.



*Await was published in THE MUSE,
the little magazine of the Department of English, in its Fourth issue (September-October 2008)


The writing is also available at the link below:
http://blog.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/?p=347
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Re: ISLE OF POETRY
« Reply #14 on: October 23, 2010, 10:31:15 AM »
ETERNAL DEPARTURE

by Ahemed Shamim Ansary

How uncertain our life is! And mysterious
We are in agony and, sometimes hilarious.
Ecstasy brims over our lives time to time
Soul & body encounter affliction in mime.


You could come and contribute the earth
Could shoulder duty by illustrious birth.
Is it wise to leave early the world poignant?
But to show tolerance of this, why we can’t?


In this world, your existence is never to find
Your un-timed exit we’ll ever keep in mind.
All have to depart one day— before or after
Titanic or tiny, no way to escape the hereafter.



* Eternal Departure is written in memorization of and in dedication to my unseen dear one, who has left the earth prematurely.
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