Once I was in the world as a man But my body was not found anywhere more than Uncertainty around the moving earth happened Then Sudden accident Damaged my brain how and where No one could be said I thought I was even though a man Some super critical layers made me mad Even now a days, I didn’t know where my bloody soul unrest. After certain period of time Obviously awaking after deep sleep of night I realized I was in live with sleeping sunlight Fight against the horrible dreams to make me bright Like a rainstorm invisible insight.
Professor Dr. Mohammad Asaduzzaman Chowdhury has been engaged in the teaching profession of Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, Gazipur for a long time. He has contributed in the field of education and research, and he also walked in creative writing. He is an academic, researcher, storyteller, essayist, poet, songwriter, playwright, social reformer and cultural activist. Believing in the philosophy of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, this man has been writing in his childhood since his childhood. In his adolescence and youth he worked in various organizations including Bangla Academy, Khelaghar, Kanchikachar Mela. During this time his essays, poems, were published in the newspapers. While studying engineering studies, he has been working as a progressive worker and has practiced literary work. He has been writing for many national and magazines in the country and abroad for a long time. He has the same skills in both Bengali and English literature. The main theme of his writing is society, state, nature, science, education, change, possibility and people. He is a good speaker.
“Dreams, against a wakening mind, like fleeting clouds, Weaken, vanish, and silently evanesce at daybreak … Nebulous dreams of a land unknown, Wishful hopes of a life unchained, Wistful fantasies of ambitions unbridled. Uncanny fears of a destiny uncertain Persistent
There are many dreams kept in my heart, dreams that sway my soul; dreams of great fire burning, simmering ‘but no one stops to warm themselves long enough, strangers only see a wisp of smoke. I can almost unveil to
I slumber into a Magical Dreams A castle appears from five magical beans A kingdom up in the air I mount a flying horse That takes me their Giants are counting golden eggs Rocking themselves in musical chairs I own
A dream what is that exactly, a reason to live, love, laugh, follow your heart. His heart, her heart, your heart, my heart, their hearts even our own hearts, from that first newborn smack on our baby bottoms, to wail
When the night was full of terrors, As a child what you had encountered in your sleep with the demons or devils, Or the beautifully adorned prince or princesses, The superheroes and the fantasies and yet some more- “Dreams” ,