Varsha (Monsoon) 2021 Poems - Mozid Mahmud


By Mozid Mahmud


An old angel wakes me up
Placed me on your two shoulders
You cannot see me, I could not either
Yet with both hands I continue writing your ruling orders
At times I intend to inform you
What a lot you have
In the same body we dwell
Alas! Such a misfortune how we never see each other
So to let you know the manuscript of my writing life
I will wait till the resurrection.


Mozid Mahmud from Bangladesh is a poet, novelist, and essayist based in Bangladesh. Some of my notable works include In Praise of Mahfuza (1989), Nazrul – Spokesman of the Third World (1996), and Rabindranath’s Travelogues (2010). I have been awarded the Rabindra-Nazrul Literary Prize and the country’s National Press Club Award, among others.


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