April 27, 2017 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

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Md. Khaled Hosen




Voice of victims



You killed my lover, my cherished environment and my dears

You fired my house built by my ancestors for many years

I lost everything nothing to bear

Came to your door find a peer

Alas! You closed the door calling me a refugee seeker.

You thought your power, your politics, and your future

I thought just to live like the other peaceful believers

Now you call me the ‘refugee’ a new identity bearer

But I don’t know who has been attacked and lost everything

without any allegation which name he should be a bearer

Whatever his name a human certain!

But you call me refugee who has no rights, no choice a basket curtain

Now it is assumed to you Refuges are not human but the alien!

Love cannot exist where humanity cries

Where there is no love there is no civilization

You hear the smallest sounds of billionaires

You fear the deprived their drop of tears

Please stop victimize the victims

We are human the best instinct








The path of self-progress



Be critical of your works

over your words

and over your thoughts,

To find the desired place

Best things help you

Cogitate remarks.












Md. Khaled Hosen

Md. Khaled Hosen was born in 1987 in Comilla, Bangladesh. He is a prolific poet, researcher and social worker whose writing has been published in many national and international publications that include magazines, books and international journals. Khaled currently lives in Kuala Lumpur. He graduated from the University of Dhaka in the department of Political Science and is currently studying Masters at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) in a similar discipline. During his early education he fell in love with the poetic world. He has been exposed to Sufi and mystic poems like Iqbal, Rumi, Sadi, Hafiz, and Omar Khayyam. His poems are published at the Clairvoyance magazine and the Book “Be the Hero”, his article published in the journal of Asian-African Social Science and Humanities. His research concentration is on Islam and politics, terrorism, foreign policy and human rights. Khaled Hosen is a believer of the universality of humanism in poetry rather the ornamental imagination.


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