Lost In Air

Poem By Alizee Toson

Love that you spend all over,
Laminate life though noticed never.
Somewhere somehow it gone with you,
Lost in air, and air is few.
A while with you, reduce all pain,
But now, only handful memories remain.
Your affection I lost, loneliness ensue,
Lost in air and air is few.

Cherishing the moments that lived together,
Tears and grief in return I gathere.
Shattered and all my sufferings accrue,
Inspite, cycles of seasons will remain continue.
Time has come dear, to bid adieu,
And then, lost in air and air is few.

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