Poem of the Week #9 - The Lost Key

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The Lost Key

By: Sayeda Anjoom

Here beneath a Cherry I lie
Busy squirrels are romping by
Sad and sunken in your thoughts
Counting sighs time has brought
Pink flowers drizzle upon me
Where I lost my golden key
To open the folds of my inner heart
Where all my melodies used to start
You set your love and life for me
No pearls are found in every sea
There you stood numb in pain
Watched me leaving with disdain
Could I go back and fix my wrong
Hold your arms and sing a song
The sun has tilted in the west
Birds are swarming back to nest
Roar of laughter is far behind
None can make the past rewind

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