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I am searching for;
her.
She wasnt
in the mirror
this morning,
not at noon.
Did i loose her?

Is that a question?
Maybe, not sure.
Am not sure, if
I lost her in the
loo, maybe while
amongst the crowd
in the
train last night.
Where, oh where

could she be?
Of this, mundane life,
of "get-up-work-eat-sit-
work-run-train-blah"
must have frightened her
too, like me.
Oh then, if your gone

dont come back, not
soon at least. fly off
some place,
alone you are;

free!

Comments

  1. Sometimes, it's a good thing to be lost. I like this!!

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  2. its a good thing to lose urself once in a while! ;)
    hope u find her soon! :D

    -I

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  3. wow, i especially like this part:
    "Of this, mundane life,
    of "get-up-work-eat-sit-
    work-run-train-blah"
    must have frightened her
    too, like me."

    it makes me want to get off of my arse and start writing again.

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  4. Hmmm.. Interesting!

    Nice blog, you write well.

    Happy Writing :)

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  5. Did you lose Disillusioned Me?

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  6. @pat
    I totally agree..! Thanks

    @impressionist
    she flew out of the window actually! lolz

    @Jelenena
    hey thanks for stopping by!

    @rohit
    Thanks

    @julia
    Umm maybe, for the worse though...found the cynic!

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  7. Sometimes it does help to lose ourselves and be a bit alone in this busy world, which do helps in settling down and re-analyse everything and once again get back to rhythm....lovely lines...you have crafted it very nicely!

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  8. Yeah..
    let her go..
    let her roam
    n be free!

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  9. Just 2 words - 'free'ly flowing :)

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  10. @flyingstars
    thanks a lot!

    @standby
    where have you been ha?

    @arunabh
    thanx for stopping by!

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  11. its d best thing u cud do for urself... i liked dis!! :) :)

    cheers!

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  12. who doesnt wish to run away to be free from this monotonous circus everyday?
    nice poem :)

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