Lost & Found


You seemed to have lost it, he said.

I wondered if it was true…hmm?

Did I lose the verve that made me come closer to you?

Nah!

It clearly ain’t lost on the rest of the world baby…

You are the one who don wanna see it maybe 😉

Coz, down-and-out I can be for a while

But it ain’t easy to put down that quirky smile…

A restless spirit am I, a free-wheeling soul just gliding by

A bundle of eccentrics…always on an emotional high!

So be watchful, or you may lose out on the clue

As I fly by…. far away into the blue….

Megha Sharma

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~ by eugenicist on October 19, 2010.

17 Responses to “Lost & Found”

  1. Really an interesting post. Enjoyed reading it 🙂

    Btw, hope you would enjoy reading my post – When love calls

    Take care and keep writing 🙂

  2. a rhythmic conversation…beautifuly done…Bravo
    Cheers!!!!

  3. the new blog layout is amazing… looks alive and kicking…. 😛

    • Thanks Skydiver…

      This was one of my most spontaneous posts in recent times 🙂

      And yeah…I love the new theme too..gives me room to be creative!

  4. you have detective senses,
    lovely poem.

  5. welcome to attend poets rally week 33,

    as always, your contribution is valued and enjoyed.
    Happy Friday!
    Hurry up.

  6. Love the rhythms here, smooth piece.

  7. Love the free-spiritedness here. I can almost see the wry smile on your face.

    http://jessicasjapes.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/dark-teen/

  8. so true, enjoyed the read.

  9. wonderfully done…

  10. Great work writing “dialect”–not easy to pull off effectively and you did it.l

    http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/boundaries-jingles-poetry-potluck/

  11. lovely word play.

    keep smiling…

    A+

  12. i can feel the spontaniety in all your writes- must be a fast pace of life you are living in haha! here’s my potluck for this week: http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/08/04/here-for-you/

  13. Adore the rhythm of this piece..You have a special way to express emotion. 🙂

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