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Grass in Green

Collected Poems
Tasneem Hossain
Type: Print Book
Genre: Poetry
Language: English
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“Whatever Tasneem Hossain depicts becomes vital to exploring meaning of life in our otherwise occupied consciousness. And her diction makes the subjects, be it myriad facets of nature, or our tears, smiles and sighs, come so alive that her poetry, in effect, verges on a visual art. Her poems inspire emotions and are crafted in soulful words. Both stir the hearts of many to pause, think and feel a renewed urge for life. A stellar example of how simple words can craft profound feelings into a beautiful piece of poetry.”
- Reja Syed Ali, Literary Critic, Bangladesh

“Tasneem Hossain I'm waiting for your next book to hit the shelves. In a time when there's so much anger and hurt in the world, reading your poems has a calming effect. A beautiful change. Thank you for that.”
- Ian Ross, Accountant, Canada

“As a poet, Tasneem Hossain bears a pensive elegance of understanding the personal, emotional and social worlds where we live in. And thus, her poems captivate any sentient reader because of the thoughtful, lyrical attire they wear. Her poetic persona, admittedly, helps us to discover the equally poetic reader residing within ourselves. Her poems are a lyrical journey of sensitivity and contemplation.”
- Faheem H. Shahed,PhD, Academic & Writer, Bangladesh

“Tasneem Hossain’s collections of poems invite contemplation, appreciation and understanding about the exquisiteness of nature, create awareness about society, portray human emotions and highlight human responsibilities. The rhythm and choice of words combine brilliant imagery. Each word counts with linguistic turns, skillful line breaks and use of alliteration and metaphors. Her poems are deep and beautiful. The Pearl Necklace is a must read over and over again.”
- Farhana Haque Rahman, Executive Director, IPS Inter Press Service, Canada

“The Pearl Necklace will provide people unique insight about the beauty of social relationships through a collection of eye opening poems. Thank you for your eloquent contributions to literature at home and abroad.”
- Doly Begum, MPP, Canada

About the Author

Tasneem Hossain is a Bangladeshi multi-lingual poet who shares time between Bangladesh and Canada. She completed her Masters in English Language and Literature from Dhaka University in 1986. Her wanderings in other areas of literature include fiction, translation, academic pieces, columns, and op-eds. She writes in English, Bangla, and Urdu. Her writings appear in magazines, different dailies, and annual publications of different countries. To name a few: International Human Rights Art Festival 2022 Anthology: Tyranny Unchained; Woman’s Freedom, Borderless Journal (Singapore), Discover Mississauga and More - eBook (Canada), Krishnochura (United Kingdom), EDAS Chronicle, The Dhaka Literature, An Ekushey Anthology, The Daily Star,, and Asian Age Online (Bangladesh).

Her publications consist of The Pearl Necklace and Floating Feathers (poetry), and Split and Splice (article).

She runs a project named Life in Verses where she conducts poetry writing workshops.

She is the Director of Continuing Education Centre (human capacity development organization). As a training consultant her expertise lies in Communication Management and Language. She worked as faculty (English Language) in Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology. She also worked as newscaster, commentary reader, and radio jockey in radio Bangladesh for 10 years. She directed Shakespeare’s play A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Book Details

ISBN: 9781960038067
Publisher: Southern Arizona Press
Number of Pages: 107
Dimensions: 6.00"x9.00"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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