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For Tagore Rabikare Agnishatdal 10

Well, ever since reading in an article how English is slowly replacing vernacular languages I decided to try the two I know, Bengali and Hindi, Now, I don’t have a software that wont meddle with my computer and allow me to write in Hindi or Bengali so I tried another style, simply writing and taking photographs, that will perfectly fit with my style of poems mingled with paintings, so this is the first book of that style, at first Bengali poem, then English poem capturing its inner meaning. 82 more words


170x170 day 60 29.6.15

So you don’t believe that love is not envied and is without enemies? Well I have a deep belief that there are too many people who meddle into the love-life of others apparently because they can’t digest the fact that two people are in love. 129 more words

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English Teacher by versebender


An English teacher walking home
From class one autumn night
Is accosted by a snarling wolf
That gives her quite a fright
“By your size and your formation, 352 more words

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Paid to Blog

As you may know, I teach English for a living. Actually, I work in the Intensive English Program at Upper Iowa University, which helps university students from other countries raise their English proficiency before they enter undergraduate classes. 156 more words

sharmishtha basu reblogged this on Indie Adda and commented:

all the best David.

170x170 day 90 29.7.15

There was one teacher in particular I will always love in my school in Burdwan, Harisava Hindu Girl’s High School, heh heh, it was for Hindu girls only, I wonder if they still maintain that “Hindu” part! 134 more words

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Musegames on Wednesdays 29.7.15

Why are human beings so naïve? Why do they try to put words in God’s lips? They certainly try to understand God’s ways, that is but normal and beautiful but why do they try to prove that they are God’s spokespersons? 11 more words

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