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See the unseen
-Mohammad Mamun Mia

We, human beings are living in this mundane world
Loitering to and fro for earning living
Have we time to see the unseen
To explore the unexplored?

Our earth is so vast and full of mystery
We’ve a long history;
To uncover the truth,
to make our life soothe
We’ve no time to cease but to step forward indeed.
We’ll have to go to a long vacation
Why do we find relaxation?
Our life has a limitation.

Let’s get ready for salvation
There will be no emancipation
Our breath expires
as such the light of the lamp extinguishes;
So we’ve to have sense
Let’s try to be intense.

To see the unseen I would like to mean
Finding out the mystery of the universe
Seeing the creation of the Creator.

To play with the
Victory violin

-Tahia Tabassum

Which  is the day today?
The celebration I say.
You know the history of it,
A complicated journey to get rid.

I found myself lost
And scared of the ghost.
The eyes were full of black
With the habit of getting crack.

The surrounding was the monster
Without any supportive pillar.
I was walking with not my feet
 But running by the dreams in nit.

It was an extreme question of death and life
With the deepest stubborn heart inside.
The light was to come to enlighten the day
To play with the victory violin.

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