Aliza & Momin

Aliza & Momin short poem

Uploaded by Suhail Kakorvi


I greet admirers of Chocolate on 13 September International Chocolate day with the following poem;

Momin & Aliza
Momin is the name of my niece’s son
Two years of age with frolic and fun
Aliza is the daughter of my nephew
More than one year she now grew
Both when look at me,in fear faces hid
To caress them became my failed bid
Momin leaves bottle of milk starts crying
Forgets what he so long was enjoying
Aliza clings to the arms of her mother
Not to look at me any further
I am not so ferocious that created
Fear in them for me why that bred
My desire to play with them crushed
I wished their phobia to be mushed
Something I must have to attract
Not to that but to me in fact
And at last I found source to abjure
Which turned out to be a shot sure
Two chocolates I from market bought
Showed them, changed their thought
Momin & Aliza now laugh and clap
When appear I, amused, filled a gap
Chocolate fulfilled theirs and my desire
Chocolates decidedly all must admire

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The father of Suhail Kakorvi Late Moinuddin Hasan was a descendent of Hazrat Ali, Fourth Caliph of Islam, cousin and son in law of Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H.) and belonged to Kakori, Distt. Lucknow. So Mohiuddin Hasan alias Suhail Kakorvi is an Alvi from Kakori. Suhail Kakorvi was born and brought up in Lucknow and he has happily absorbed the culture for which Lucknow is famous all over the world. He is a true picture of Lucknawi Tehzeeb.Late Mr. Moinuddin Hasan he was an English scholar and critic who wrote in English and Urdu with command. He had two books in Urdu on his credit naming “Sukhanwarane Ghazal” & “Adabi Nigarishat” both awarded by U.P. Urdu Academy. His several articles were published in the reputed literary magazines. “Ten chosen essays” is a book in English which he published for the students of Intermediate and Graduation with very comprehensive style. He was a lecturer in Ameeruddaula Islamia Inter College situated at Lalbagh, Lucknow. He dedicated his whole life to education and inculcating among his pupil high thinking and noble values. He learnt English from great English scholars and attained mastery over language. He was adored by his students. He married to a lady came from equally high family of Kakori whose name was Sadiqa Khatoon. She was a witty and courteous lady called “Ustaniji” by the students of her husband and “Bhabhi” by his friends. Later on the friends of her son called “Ammi”. She remembered so many couplets which she used in her speech while she talked. Suhail Kakorvi is the only son of Late Mr. Moinuddin Hasan and Late Sadiqa Khatoon whose name is Muhiuddin Hasan now popularly known as ‘Suhail Kakorvi’ who earned fame at a very early stage of his life when his short story book “LAU” published and came in the market. The book is in Devnagri script liked and approved by the authentic critics of short story such as Amrit Lal Nagar, Ram Lal, Basheshar Pradeep, Liladhar Jadugi. Soon after its publication Times of India Lucknow edition wrote about it calling it a whiff of fresh air and praised his insight into human nature. Suhail Kakorvi did M.A. in English like his father, his several articles and poems in English as well published in several journals and newspapers such as Times of India, Hindustan Times, Pioneer and National Herald. His Urdu Ghazals, articles, short stories have been published in the reputed journals and famous magazines of the country and also abroad. His collection of poems ‘GULGASHT’ in Urdu was awarded by U.P. Urdu Academy, Lucknow. He received “Imtiaz-e-Meer” award from All India Meer Academy Hindi, Urdu Sahitya Award Committee also conferred award which he received from governor of Himachal Pradesh. Governor of Uttar Pradesh B. Satya Narayan Reddy twice awarded him in functions organized by cultural organizations such as “Kalashri” and “Hindi Urdu Sahitya Award Committee”. He received award from “Bhartiya Fankaar Society”. His Ghazals attained popularity after their musical rendering so much so that for feature film ‘KUCH LOG’ Asha Bhosle and Shaan sang it in duet. Established critics had written articles which include poet Basheer Farooqui who surveyed his poetry very closely. His article “Qissa-e-Janfiza” published in the weekly pull out of Daily “Aag”, Lucknow. “Suhail Kakorvi and his Persian poetry” by Ashar Alig published in ‘Urdu Media’ & ‘Chauthi Duniya (Weekly) New Delhi’ “Suhail Kakorvi ki Shairi me Tahdariyan” published in “Hamara Maqsad” and “Jadid Khabar, New Delhi, “Suhail Kakorvi and his personality” by Dr. Maulana Nazeer Ahmad, Lecturer Nadwa College was published in several journals of Delhi & Lucknow. His works and achievements were acknowledged and released by news agencies. To bring writers and poets of different languages together he founded “ADABI SANSTHAN” under the banner of which he has been organizing notable functions and promoting integration at the level of language. The DVD of his Ghazal sung by Sufi Singer Kafeel Afsar & Party conceptualized by ‘Suboor Usmani’ was released by Mr. Fareed Mahfooz Kidwai, presently a minister in U.P. Cabinet. Kathhak dance was presented by the talents of Kathhak Sanshtan on a ghazal of said DVD guided by Smt. Sarita Srivastava, director Kathhak Sansthan.This year in 2013 he received an award from “Saqib Memorial Society” for his achievements.His books are-Sl. No. Books01 ‘LAU’ collection of short stories in Hindi 02 ‘GULGASHT’ collection of poems 03 ‘NIGAH’ collection of Ghazals 04 ‘NAGHMA-E-TAR-E-RAGEJAN’ collection of Persian poems 05 ‘AAO DEKHO YAHAN MUSTAFA HAIN’ Collection of Naats (Poem in prase of Prophet Mohammad P.B.U.H.) 06 “AAMNAMA” First book in poetry on a fruit describes in 650 couplets the species, nutritive value and others aspects of mango with using the names of luminaries of different fields of the contact of the poet with mango. Aamnama now is in Limca book of record as first book on a fruit in poetry in special literature edition 2015.The news has been highlighted in almost all newspapers of urdu hindi and English Recently book Aamnama has been featured as the first book in poetry on a fruit mango of latest issue of 2015 in the category of literature..It became an important news as entire media hailed the decision of the authorities of Limca Book of Record. The achievement has been highlighted by the luminaries of art and literature.The book contains 700 couplet in the form of masnawi and according to Prof Sharib Rudaulvi a pleasant revival of said form .
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