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Your Half-uttered Words
by Kumud Biswas
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  Your half-uttered words
Your shy halting words
You whisper into my ears
In the middle of the night
Whatever sways your mind
Whisper them into my ears
Words like buds
Yet to blossom into flowers
And silently throb in your heart
Words you keep in your breast
Covered by your scarf
You whisper them into my ears
In your shy lowered eyes
They remain unsaid
But people know what they are
Even if not uttered
Words that remain arrested
In the corner of your lips
You whisper them into my ears
What you want to express through your dress
And your whole body betrays
In your attempts to say them
You dimple your cheeks
Whisper them into my ears.

Transcreation of a ghazal – Adho adho bol/Laje badho badho bol/Bolo kane kane – by Kazi Nazrul Islam who for the first time introduced it into Bengali music. Best recordings of this wonderful ghazal is by Manabendra Mukherji as well as by Muhammad Rafi. 
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June 25, 2006
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