Spring Moon

Spring Moon

Quamrul Hassan Rudaba Mohsin Kaiser Haq / Apr 09, 2020

Spring Moon Spring Moon by Quamrul Hassan is the first ever collection of English haiku by a Bangladeshi The book features haiku plus artworks by Rudaba Mohsin The cover of the book is done by Khademul Jaha

  • Title: Spring Moon
  • Author: Quamrul Hassan Rudaba Mohsin Kaiser Haq
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spring Moon by Quamrul Hassan is the first ever collection of English haiku by a Bangladeshi The book features 43 haiku plus 43 artworks by Rudaba Mohsin The cover of the book is done by Khademul Jahan while the foreword was written by noted English poet Kaiser Haq.

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    About "Quamrul Hassan Rudaba Mohsin Kaiser Haq"

      • Quamrul Hassan Rudaba Mohsin Kaiser Haq

        Quamrul Hassan, author of Spring Moon , the first ever collection of English haiku by a Bangladeshi, was born on October 7, 1983 in Dhaka After spending six years at Government Laboratory High School, he joined Faujdarhat Cadet College from where he did his SSC and HSC A former student of the Department of English at the University of Dhaka, he joined The Daily Star in 2006 when he was in his 3rd year After four years there, he joined the Daily Sun in May, 2010 where he headed the Sports Desk for two years He is now the assistant editor of monsoonletters, a literary e zine that also brings out a print edition every month.


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    1. কামরুল হাসান ভাই জিজ্ঞেস করলেন ওনার বইয়ের সাথে আমার পরিচয় হয়েছে কিনা। আমার পরিচয় ছিল না জানাবার পর বইটির ফেসবুক পেজের লিংক দিলেন এবং পিডিএফ মেইল করলেন। বই পেয়ে আমার তো চক্ষু চড়াকগাছ! এতো হা [...]


    2. "Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry. The most common form for Haiku is three short lines. The first line usually contains five syllables, the second line seven syllables, and the third line contains five syllables. Haiku doesn't rhyme. A Haiku must "paint" a mental image in the reader's mind. This is the challenge of Haiku - to put the poem's meaning and imagery in the reader's mind in ONLY 17 syllables over just three lines of poetry! However, modern haiku do not always conform to this 17-sylla [...]


    3. ( This is the review I did for the Daily Star in 2011)It's not everyday that you find a collection of haiku from a Bangladeshi poet. So you can easily imagine my surprise when I visited the stall of 'Janantik' during this year's Ekushey Book Fair and came across 'Spring Moon', a haiku collection by Quamrul Hassan. Haiku is a special form of Japanese poetry. Like many other cultural elements of Japan, haiku focuses on simplicity. In a haiku, within the proximity of three lines, a poet paints a su [...]






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