Superficial Change

Superficial Change short poem

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Once, I thought to change the world
But, today I am looking around me
The world is changing me like the superficial sea.
There are lots of men but their masks in the face
More or less
Critical to trace when the dynamic mind of them unrest
As if, it seems to be wild forest or broken chest;
Unfortunately, no mind within a man
Artificial world makes the man selfish like a horrible hurricane
Obviously, the solid emotional stability of deformation unchanged
Now and then, man lost his real soul that need to be open
Exactly, identical just as a dreamy heaven.
Even though, yet I move to seek the real world and man of nature
Within the mind of a soul under control
In which there is a purity of life rather than fracture or crater
Illuminate the sleeping couple
That might change the world again like a flying kite
Forever, if the moon to awake the mind of the man overnight.

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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.
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Bengir Ahmed Shuvho
Bengir Ahmed Shuvho

Nice sir


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