Monday, 22 October, 2018, 10:03 PM
Home Young Observer

Lost somewhere

Published : Thursday, 11 October, 2018 at 12:00 AM Count : 167
Manoka Juthi

In a world full of people taking pictures with each other rather than talking,
I was lost somewhere.
I was lost somewhere where I could see people faking smiles in front of each other,
and talking behind their backs.
They invited each other over their places --
instead of appreciating what they have,
they talked about how they could get more.

I was lost in the place where people named it 'unsocial'
They enjoyed showing off to each other,
but only the materialistic things,
not the purity of their hearts.
I was lost in the place where no one had any love for each other
And the world differentiated me by the term 'introvert'
Whereas I was looking for someone to whom I could let my heart out.

I was looking for love in the midst of digital people with their digital cameras
I wanted to be accepted and that was my blunder
I cried thinking I was born in a different world but didn't realise,
we all are same with different hearts.

The poet is currently studying at BRAC University







« PreviousNext »



Latest News
Most Read News
Editor : Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury
Published by the Editor on behalf of the Observer Ltd. from Globe Printers, 24/A, New Eskaton Road, Ramna, Dhaka.
Editorial, News and Commercial Offices : Aziz Bhaban (2nd floor), 93, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka-1000. Phone :9586651-58. Online: 9513959, Advertisement: 9513663
E-mail: info@observerbd.com, online@observerbd.com, news@observerbd.com, advertisement@observerbd.com,   [ABOUT US]     [CONTACT US]   [AD RATE]   Developed & Maintenance by i2soft