Missing.


Have you seen her?
That girl:
With her tangled black locks and dark, dark eyes?
Lost her somewhere – don’t know where to look.

‘Searched behind those towering books and racks,
Loved to read – She told me that.
Nothing to be found.

Peeked into all the corners down
Those mysterious alleys,
Everything seemed to relate to her,
Yet no sign.

I hunted her, between friends and foes
And worldly woes – though she never belonged there-
Not a word.

Now as I sit back and think
I’ve nowhere else to look.
For her.

Didn’t know her that well,
I realize now,
Never let on much; that one.

Shook me in and out, she did
The last time I met her,
With her tangled hair wild, wide eyes bulging out
I lost my muse she said,
I don’t know where to start.
Words wont come to me she said,
My world’s falling apart.
Turned my back on the mirror,
Crazy much? I mocked
I looked back and she was gone,

Haven’t seen her since and my mind
Is kind of fogged.
I miss that twinkle, that wild joy;
I miss me.

And I have nowhere else to look.

Writer’s Note:
This is about an individual in search of herself, she seems to have lost herself in the process of adapting to the world around her.

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About aiman

Nobody's Perfect. Neither Am I. I Just Try To Be ME. And I Think I'm Pretty Good At It.
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6 Responses to Missing.

  1. Maestro says:

    This is a post for everyone. Appreciate it.

  2. emphadiate says:

    As Maestro said, this is very relatable. Not to mention, well written!

  3. Saad Anwar says:

    Most beautiful poetry i have ever read … you tried to manifest such feelings which one can just feel but cannot express in words … you successfully perceived and gave them such silent words which can speak ( actually i don’t know how to comments and what to say as everyone can’t judge the level of poet ) … congratulation Poetess .. hope to read more and more from your blog . 🙂

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