Hold on O Heart


I am practiced to live in locks for ages.
Crying out escape from these damp dark cages.
This is just a phase of days a few.
Hold on O heart! Don't you rue.

All I did was to remove my cobwebs often.
Trickled some water on hard cores to soften.
Did the almirah folding pieces of memory old and new.
Hold on O heart! Don't you rue.

Rummaging in this pitch black,I found a little lamp.
Not a Aladdin's, but just enough to show be the ramp.
There I found not so far, standing my Beau.
Hold on O heart! Don't you rue.

Now is the time to spend time with your learnt skills.
Remember to forge ahead, oblivious of the ills.
This labyrinth will soon lead me to a fresh avenue.
Hold on O heart! Don't you rue.

Let this pass and I will revive my breath.
The algebra of life would be solved at length.
I wait desperately to bath myself in fresh morning dew.
Hold on O heart! Don't you rue.

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