Poems of RENA MUQTADAR

বাংলা English

TRAGEDY

The earth
Stained with blood
And
The Death
From the dismantling
Of its bones
Darker than disaster
Gets multiplied …

THE WORKER

Child of hardships and suffering
Brought up and nurtured by labor and
hardwork
O worker!
The yield  of your work
For centuries
Has been put into the cauldron
Of demon like spongers
It boils up
In vain, in vain…

JUSTICE

The belly if the city
Smells pomp and luxury
A labor returns home
Empty-handed…
So that
According to the scales of justice
He could make
A morsel of a bread
A destiny
For his kids….

HYMN OF LIFE

When
I am sad,
Even YOU do not understand
The state of my heart!
But….
The Birds on the branches
Of our destination green tree of
Sings the anthem of life
Gently and
Slowly, slowly
For me
And say…
Curses on sorrows
Enjoy your life!

THE FREEDOM

Get up champion!
Shoot your last bullet
Knock…
Blow a punch on the enemy’s mouth.
Here,
Freedom lies ill
On the bed of sickness
Respires its last breaths….

WOMANHOOD

Slowly
And quietly
I lower my head
On your shoulders
To turn around
My feminty/womanhood
Up on your body
look No more
Any music can move your arms!
From your shoulders,
Only the fragrance of a woman’s hair
Reaches the sense of smell
And in each string of her hair
The traces of her love and romance are evident.

RENA MUQTADAR
The renowned poet and Sapedeh Nigar from Afghanistan Rena Muqtader was born on 22nd September 1977 in Bulkh which is the birthplace of Maulana Rumi.
 Rena is a TEACHER. She graduated from the Bulkh University in the faculty of Persian language and literature. 
 She is fluent with her mother tongue Dari, Pashto and Persian languages. She writes literary research papers and creates 
  
 poetry of high-quality and standard in these languages. 
 Rena Muqtader is married to Mr Waheed Mustafa since 2003. She is the publisher and the editor of the literary magazine of Bulkh cultural committee Institute. She is associated with the number of women empowerment movements across the region. She has published a dictionary in Iran. Her poetry appears in various literary journals, newspapers and magazines. 
 She edits a woman's voice blog and manages weblog of young poets community. 

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