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Melancholy, poetry by Ujjol Kamal

Number fifteen and pretty certain not the last. He has to say it and he say it, sometimes in the same language and sometimes in a new language, he rarely agrees with the world yet he loves it and what it has to offer.

Feb. 13, 2013 - PRLog -- The world is just too selective, for Ujjol, too selective in allocating its riches and too selective also in allocating its pains; unfortunately with a selectivity as rigid as written in stone. And, probably not surprisingly, he finds in it his own moments of ecstasy, lust, love and, yes, sure - of pain.


Kumar Kamal is a poet of Bangladeshi origin, preferring to write under the pen name of Ujjol Kamal. The word Ujjol in Bengali means bright. Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, he emigrated to the US in 1997 where he is presently a resident of New Jersey.

Ujjol traces his poetry roots to his fifth grade, developing into a fully fledged poet while being exposed to the compounded influence of the 18th Century English Poets, the Metaphysical Poets, the Romanticists, and the works of Donne, Blake, Milton, Shakespeare, Tagore, Nazrul... to name just a few literary great minds of our times.

In his own words: “Writing poetry comes naturally to me. I love to write deep, dark, lyrical, esoteric poems. I try seeing the World beyond the veils of veiled love, lust, desire. All manners of human suffering affect me gravely and sadly. Poetry is the art of love, death, and life. I hope you enjoy the hue, the aura of beauty that lies deeply imbued in each one of the words of my poems.”

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