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Time Twist

A future forged, with heart's desire.

By bishnu prasadPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
Time Twist
Photo by Kenny Eliason on Unsplash

Tick-tock, the clock mocked, mocking slow,

Her life, a record stuck, replaying woe.

Love lost, dream crushed, a tear unseen,

A wish escaped, on whispers keen.

Then, lightning snapped, a crack in time,

The clock jumped back, erasing rhyme.

A second chance, a world reset,

Could she rewrite, erase regret?

The words unspoken, courage found,

Love confessed, on solid ground.

The dream pursued, with newfound fire,

A future forged, with heart's desire.

But shadows stretched, the clock rewound,

Back to the tear, the loss profound.

Time's twist revealed, a cruel deceit,

The past unchangeable, bittersweet.

Tick-tock resumed, a lesson learned,

The present held, where value burned.

For even echoes of "what if,"

Can mend the heart, and give it lift.

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  • Test4 months ago

    Such a beautiful poem!

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