Aadil Hingorjo
Sanghar, Sindh, Pakistan
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Reminiscing The Relics

I remember every place wherever I go
The age of puberty, and the air of Hyderabad
I'll not forget the elementary enigmas of Jamshoro
Parental preciousness and sincere, sassy siblings
If the kisses of Karachi-CS are that easy to be forgotten?
I'll remember the walks made upon the sand of Thar
Islamabad enveloped me differently; it energised me strangely
Rawalpindi's customary rituals,
I'll remember the cores of KP, and Kashmir
I'll remember that room whose window opened to the busiest road
I'll remember the room whose window opened to the lush, tall trees
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Reminiscing The Relics
Monday, January 13, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: myself,remember,memories
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