Shahid Hussain Chouhdry

(25-03-1991 / Bahawalpur, Punjab Pakistan)

Let Get Lost


For real freedom, solace, and peace free of cost,
Come to go there and let get lost,

For cheerfulness, beauty of nature and a nymph host,
Browse at all, here we go and let get lost,

For chill, hill, sill, rill, snow, flow, grow, and to bost, (Boston)
All I have or not! Search and let get lost,

For a peak, seek, strive, strain, gain, glee and see at most
Tighten, a brave adventure ahead to let get lost,

For delight, height, mirth, birth, success and post,
Hardness not enough, fled and let get lost,

For its theme, cream, team, thyme, rime, and rhyme lot,
A Poet inveigle reader and trap, to let get lost,

For breath, sheath, accede, proceed, freed, from cell oast,
Go back from soviet and let get lost,

For yore days, hays, says, ways and country to got,
Break the fetter of Coventry and let get lost,

And Wordsworth, Auden, Emerson, Blake and Saadi to Frost,
Shahid, impregnate hardly this all and let get lost.

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
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