Lost And Found - Poem by Hardik Vaidya
I Lost and now found
The humming birds sound.
When me, you inhaled and then exhaled
To regale forever in harmonics astound.
A celestial collision, in deafening silence
Scattered us across the universal conscience.
Born from it a billion new eyes new hearts
Some are yours, some mine, some ours
But all are like you, wet, kind and humid.
Lending my theory of bizarre all plaudits.
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