WHERE I LOST YOU?

A companion, a comrade of mine

Whose name used to extend through the lips,

And rest as the glow on the face ,

Then where I lost you?

O’ Dear!

I do miss you.

….

In mother’s lap as I used to rest,

You were most sticky and the world’s best,

Chum of mine and mom’s happiness

Then where I lost you?

 O’Dear!

I do miss you.

….

In the garden as I used to play,

Stick in hand and content in heart,

You used to be with me all through,

Then where I lost you?

 O’ Dear!

I do miss you.

….

At school as I used to meet my friends,

Teachers blessing and those funs,

You were with me on that first and last bunk,

Then where I lost you?

O’ Dear!

I do miss you.

….

In the company of my dearest friend,

While sharing of darks and fighting on crisps.

I used to hook on you, as the time’s only trend,

Then where I lost you?

O’ Dear!

I do miss you.

….

Through those old golden days gentleness,

Mesmerizing beats by the strings of the guitar,

You used to adsorb in my skin and fall to rest,

Then where I lost you?

O’ Dear!

I do miss you.

….

Today at this lone corner,

As I sit on the old bank of plinths,

I can’t spot you anywhere in this world,

Where I lost you in this crowd?

O’Dear smile.

I do miss you.

Where I lost you?

I do miss you.

~A.N

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