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The pain of deadly silence – Poetry from Bengal

Suhina Biswasmajumdar, the Kolkata-base poet shares her two poems

I feel the pain of deadly silence

I can’t move can’t leave can’t even live perhaps

So I hide

Hide within my severe heartache

And rest!

Contemporary World Literature -Suhina Biswasmajumdar- Sindh CourierSuhina Biswasmajumdar is a writer from Kolkata, Bengal. A life-long devotee of Swami Vivekananda, Suhina is against any discrimination. Two significant life-forces propel her – ‘love’ and ‘writing’. Suhina’s book ‘Tumi’ (you) and Songs of Silence (A Journey to Love), are collections of her poetic thoughts.

 

The pain of deadly silence

On the summer morning I can’t feel the sun shine

Never see them playing in my balcony

But it’s dark.

 

In these days what I write

Are not any reflection of a bright sunny day?

Just draw from gloomy corners of a human heart

Not even passionate one

 

I don’t want

Don’t want to tell any story of shedding tears

Lament or repent

 

But

Now a days only listen such voices

Whispers of unknown faces

Coming from nowhere

 

And

Feel pain of deadly silence

I can’t move can’t leave can’t even live perhaps

 

So I hide

Hide within my severe heartache

You ask me not to break and taking

Rest to take time to realize

Regain.

 

I do,

Desperately try to design another symphony of dancing sunflowers 

To dream, try hard

To sleep after those restless nights of nightmare.

***

Factual

No more fear

No more tears

No more light and shade

 

They come n draw

 No blood paints their claw

But poor grasses are declared as dead.

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