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First a poem which I translated and next follows an article that I published on January 21 in The Indian Express
Short poem: of 8 lines
The Famine and After
For several days the mud-stove cried, the grindstone remained sad,
For several days the blind bitch slept near the fireplace uncared,
For several days swarms of lizards patrolled the glowing hearth,
For several days, even the hungry rats, suffered…Continue
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Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock
Jingle bells chime and jingle bells time
Snowing and blowing up bushels of fun
Now the jingle hop has begun
Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell…
On turning over the pages , again thought to read over the poem. The computer was on, an' my writing and follow up started herewith-
Added by GRAVATAR Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri on December 14, 2014 at 10:50am — No Comments
The violation of the normal English word-order and other elements in Milton’s epic blank-verse, which have upset some purists, are carefully and systematically employed in order to achieve different kinds of emotional pitch, to effect continuity and integration in the weaving of the epic design and all to sustain the poem as a poem and to keep it from disintegrating into isolated fragments of high rhetoric.
David Daiches: The Use of Blank –Verse in Paradise…Continue
Added by GRAVATAR Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri on December 13, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): Bangladesh Perspective
Md. Joynal Abdin
The Daily Sun on 24 September 2014
Bangladesh is a country with thousand year’s history in international trade, investment and business. We have both good and bad experiences with the foreign…Continue
Added by Md. Joynal Abdin on September 24, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Vintage Postal Stamp ( Poem )
Turn of the century Vintage Stamps
Traceable history make value enhance
Prices get higher as the years go by
Dream of finding one valued so high
Extremely fine with the perfect gum
Designer flaws bring high premium
Famous from error illustration
Collection of art inspiration
We are crazy for detailed graphics
Finding rare depends on the markets
Unused are the old collectibles
Their worth can…
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Harness Racing ( Poem )
Horses pull a two wheeled cart
If it breaks you will depart
Place a bet before it starts
Good wager wins if played smart
Riders ready at the gate
Fans no longer have to wait
Athlete sport with high speed
Is a skill you surely need
At times a horse can fall down
Sad to see that come around
Last turn has crowd in a roar
We wait to hear close end score
If your looking to explore
Added by Doris Anne Beaulieu on September 21, 2014 at 7:52am — No Comments
Where is the final end of this road?
Where is the cloud of our soul?
Green and black and blue of treebirds ahead ?
River pass the shore
And the white crocodile draw the land in the cards of mind…
Snakes in my hands
Tales in a grip of fingers…
Added by Vali Tsironi on September 18, 2014 at 1:22am — No Comments
How far is it true that the play ‘The Duchess of Malfi’, presents a moral world of Webster’s that is different from the conventional mores?
“We are merely the stars’ tennis-balls, struck and banded
Which may please them.”
The Machiavellian qualities seen in the villain’s, along with the pragmatic of even existentialist attitude to life displayed by the good as well as bad characters may give…Continue
Added by GRAVATAR Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri on September 14, 2014 at 11:06pm — No Comments
How does Act I Scene 1 set the mood of the play ‘The Merchant of Venice’?
-The moon shines bright: in ‘such a night’ as thus.
When the sweet wind did gently kiss the trees.
And they did make no noise.-
It is a genre, in which Shakespeare is a master. For the other great comedy of the world’s literature, the comedy of Moliere or Ben…Continue
Added by GRAVATAR Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri on September 14, 2014 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Trace how Blake’s thought develops from his poem ‘The Lamb’ and ‘The Tyger’ together-
“I have no name:
I am but two days old.”
What shall I call thee?
“I happy am,
Joy is my name.”
Sweet Joy befall thee!” ’
The good character as well as the bad abstractions such as virtues and vices is framed up in symbols to elaborate their suggestiveness and implications.…Continue
Added by GRAVATAR Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri on September 14, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
figures in an empty room
bake the light...
And dancing the unknown
in a breast of pages...
Added by Vali Tsironi on September 9, 2014 at 8:01am — No Comments
Young in the dream
in loneliness alone...
Memory searching for a name
In the paper touching a tear...
Young in the youth
and our book
open in last page....
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