I'Ve Lost Something - Poem by Astair Laroye
I've lost something.
More precious than a garnet on a ring.
More vital than the love of Re by the Nile.
I'm Athens demanding her Elgin Marbles back. I've lost something.
More useful than the Rosette Stone.
More soothing than a moment's sleep.
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