Writing 101, Day 10: Farewell

Assignment: Write a poem of a farewell today.

Farewell to Everyone

………………………

It’s painful to see the loved ones go

To an unimaginable place I don’t know

I wish they’d visit me in my dream

It too is impossible it seems.

…………………….

When I went to bid goodbye to Goodenough House

The secretary received me with a gorgeous smile

She said, I still remember, “It’s au revoir , Miss Sabeth,

Not Goodbye, I hope to see you sometime soon.”

……………………………….

I went to London many times

I didn’t have the heart to say, Goodbye,

Let it be :Au Revoir till the end of time

This is what I quietly said in my mind.

………………………….

Once again I’m here to bid farewell

To my blogger friends

Who were kind enough

To leave their comment.

………………………..

Many thanks to all of you

For reading my attempt

To write poetry

Even though you were pressed for time.

…………………………..

Before I dot my i’s and cross my t’s

It wouldn’t be fair if I failed to

Mention my dear friend Robert

Who through thick and thin

Supported me.

………………….

He thinks I’m a poet how sweet is he

He counted me in the poets circle

Is it not a real miracle!

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14 thoughts on “Writing 101, Day 10: Farewell

  1. Dear Ranu,

    I very much enjoy the poems which you create and share here. This is yet another great example of your creativity and skill :).

    All good wishes,

    robert

    • Thank you clcouch, I was so sad when she said that. actually she was a receptionist at the front desk of our residence.
      She always smiled when she saw me, a truly nice lady. This was my only pleasant memory of the residence. The food was really
      not so good. πŸ™‚

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