HAIKU By Malequl Hoque

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Jul 05 2018 4.00

 

 

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Colored murbles

Treasure islands

In disguise

 

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Diaries

Board of chess

Running black & white

 

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Fixed diposites

Clay birds

Flying

 

Warning of storm

Resembles time

Old gipsy

 

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Dried hearts

Sea-beaches with

Stormy night

 

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Doggies

Expert in

Resurrection

 

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Sounds

Flashes back

Whole legends

 

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Strangled

Moments dropping back

silently

 

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Eyesight

Keep an eye on

Life-guard

 

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Untouchable breath

Drone-like busy

Bustling behind

 

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Nothing

Something can be

replaced

 

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Milkmaid

Speaks sweeter

honeycomb

 

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Rejoice

Holding high

Lollipops

 

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Charts of regret

Reflects those

forgotten

 

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Insight

Focues the soul

In disguise

 

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Recurrence

Sibing the mnemonic

Pscyche

 

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KEEPSAKE

Catches behind an

Old caravan

 

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Eccentric

Sewing makes bitter

Honeybunch

 

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Ryegrass

Fallen tune crushes

Secret hymn

 

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Murmuring brook

Trying to hold

A nurturing sigh 

 

 

About the Author

 

Malequl Hoque was born in 1978 on 25th August in the remote village Moinpur of Chatak, Sunamgonj, Bangladesh. He is well known for his poetic spiritual essence. The poet’s search for his eternal embrace of mystic energy continues to flourish his poetry. His lover Eve is ever present. His friends are never ‘no more’. His poems are magnetism; there exists a finely tuned mechanism interblending time and space. Hoque is the editor of the Bangla literary journal Gondhom (The forbidden fruit). His two collections of bangla poetry Shomudrogonika o Haoar Banshi and Binoyguccho was published in 2009. He has published four anthologies: Echo The Pillars of Nothingness (2015), Divine Cross Beneath The Gloomy Evening (2015), Debbonmad Ayna (2017), and Tosbi And Roktobindu (2017).