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Lost in Love

A prolific writer inspired by environment and insights. He writes poems and essays and articles.


The nostrils have no choice of its own

The essence of a silent dawn

Inside the awoken a garden has grown

My optimist sight flew with a flock of swan

The scent of innocence in the drizzling rain

Or when our eyes met the first time

All atrocities have been slain

The forest rain found its rhyme

Have you come with the morning dews?

Or was it tear drops on my eyelashes

I thought I smelt the skin of blooming rose anew

Recently all my senses clashes

I cherish the confusing tastes smell and sight

Or the numbness my bones felt when you left

Has time made anything right?

With time widened the bleeding cleft

But yet I know the stars will rise

Only a single sun has so much to hide

Lights often obscures entice

In the name of love I have lost all pride

© 2021 Muhammad Mizanur Shuvra


Muhammad Mizanur Shuvra (author) from Toronto on May 20, 2021:

Hello Sir,

Thank you for your comment! A comment from such a talented personality is extremely inspiring! Cheers!

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on May 20, 2021:

An enjoyable and well-written poem, Mizanur. Good work.

Muhammad Mizanur Shuvra (author) from Toronto on May 20, 2021:

Respect !! :)

Misbah Sheikh from The World of Poets on May 20, 2021:

Wasalam Muhammad,

I believe it's your start and you are writing good. With time you will get more better. Insha'Allah

The translation you did is right. But qayam means "Bide" to remain or stay somewhere.

Best of luck for your future writings.

Keep going!

Blessings and Peace

Muhammad Mizanur Shuvra (author) from Toronto on May 20, 2021:

Assalam! Thank you for your lovely comment (as usual). You are absolutely correct about my taciturn nature, completely guilty of it. So here are the 2 truths, 1) I often don't even know what to say about all the superb quality articles I see. The writers like a pro! I literally remain speechless. 2) I rarely get time to read nowadays. Well, I am a full-time student right now and currently struggle to balance family and social life. So, while interaction is easy for me, I need to read a lot to interact (I believe). So, another year and it will be over, and I will be so interactive that you will ask me to leave the arena. hahaha. Ok, so I looked up the English for the Urdu you sent ( unfortunately I speak only Bangla and English), so it means something like, "hope is what keeps the world alive" But I think the word qayam should be 'to win', or something like, conquest, if I am not wrong :) Thank you for those words!

About my writings - I write in Bangla. I recently started to write in English and whatever you have seen on Hubpages is all I have in English. So, I am sure that I am still old school. Will grow out of it in sha Allah :) Stay safe and healthy!

Misbah Sheikh from The World of Poets on May 20, 2021:

What a beautiful line Muhammad

"In the name of love I have lost all pride". Thanks for sharing this beautiful piece. Let the hope stay alive. In urdu we say Umeed pe duniya qayam hai... Not sure if you speak or understand Urdu.

You write beautifully but I see you don't interact with the community.

We have a lovely community. I think you should interact with people so you can get to know more about here. I hope you will not mind me saying this.

Blessings and Peace

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