This poem was originally written without punctuation marks, and I don't think reading without those marks in the body of the poem itself will be difficult.


for christina

having been stifled by dust
& blinded by sunshine
on the river's molten glass

i can still dream of you
beneath my blanket in winter
twining round me like hops

Poetry by Sofiul Azam
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Written on 2005-10-13 at 11:52

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Pure silk.

2005-12-01 Moods The PoetBay support member heart!
this has a gentle feel to it... thinking of someone and feeling for them... having the thought of them as a memory and it being a comforting feeling... im thinking memory because of the choice of words and how they are expressed, the impression it leaves me with is that this person is not around anymore but still lives on in heart and mind... like a lost love, perhaps... a very beautiful poem... thanks for sharing :f

later... xx

A very good lyric. You are one of the few good poets from Bangla Desh. Keep it up.

lovely, simple, plain, clear, to the point. i could read it over and over. good use of imagery. post more.

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it's not always necessary for punctuation to be used, it is just when some is used and then not in all places.

aye, nothing and mo one can remove our dreams, except death itself i suppose and even then we do not know for certain while alive what is after death.