Kisses, Not Done Yet by Mamun Ashraphi
In “Kisses, Not Done Yet” by Mamun Ashraphi, readers are taken on an intimate and thought-provoking journey through the depths of love, desire, and human existence. This collection of poems fearlessly delves into the often suppressed theme of the beauty and sensuality that arises from the union of male and female love.
Ashraphi’s poetry goes beyond the surface, seeking to illuminate the profound connection between the physical and spiritual realms of human life. With years of deep contemplation and research, the author breaks free from the constraints that have confined contemporary Bengali poetry, inviting readers to explore the hidden beauty that lies within the depths of our consciousness.
The poems in this collection serve as a reminder of the essential role that passion and desire play in our lives. Ashraphi’s words evoke powerful imagery and evoke a range of emotions, leaving a lasting impact on the reader. Through his introspective verses, he also explores the concept of mortality, reminding us of the ultimate truth that is death.
While some readers may find the explicitness of the language and imagery challenging, it is precisely this unfiltered and honest portrayal of human desire that gives the poems their authenticity and power. Ashraphi’s words are like a bittersweet elixir, inviting readers to savor the richness and complexity of human experience.
“Kisses, Not Done Yet” is a compelling collection that pushes the boundaries of contemporary Bengali poetry. Mamun Ashraphi’s ability to capture the essence of love, desire, and the profound truths of life is commendable. For those seeking poetry that ignites the senses and provokes introspection, this book is a worthy read.
Title:Kisses, Not Done Yet by Mamun Ashraphi