Sayonara
Sayonara
                          
        


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areeba Voluntarily lost in my own sphere...
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This poem is depiction of an evocative episode of my grandfather's life

Sayonara

Sayonara (Spoken word poem) By: Areeba Hussain

Exuding soporific petrichor no more soothes

It reminds , of her wiping out figure,

dissolving to memories

That day,it rained heavily outside,

yet the torments inside were unrivalled

The thought of bidding her a final adieu ,

quavered my body to soul

It's probably my last ...

It's probably my last .... time I am seeing her , enervated I felt cold

Forever broken, soaked with heavy steps

Forever broken, soaked with heavy steps I walked traipse to make her rest in eternal peace.

With a wish to lie beside her on my decease.

Thank you for reading This poem is depiction of an evocative episode of my grandfather's life,it rained heavily when my grandma died and from that day my nana (grandpa) and all of us felt surges of anxiety before rain .

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