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Lost in the attic
Echoes of the past
Torn edges reminisce
Tender hands
Excited eyes
Real warmth lost in
Shining transient  smartness


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  1. Short but beautiful acrostic :) I don't know if there are letters in my attic, but lots of memories for sure.

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    1. I can relate to that, Vinay. I have not retained too many letters, but the memories are beautiful.
      Thanks...

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  2. Rythmic and alluring! ATB for BAT!

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  3. Nice Acrostic...I have had the joy of holding such precious pieces of paper in my hands and the words totally resonate with me!

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    1. Thanks, Princess :)
      I am glad you enjoyed my words...

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  4. A beautiful Acrostic! Nicely done. All the best for BAT!

    Someone is Special

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  5. small packet big impact, beautifully written

    My Blogaton Post Letter of A Girl

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    1. Thanks a lot. Glad to see your here after quite a while :)

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  6. Nimi,
    So many images infused in an acrostic!
    Good luck for BAT. =)

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    1. Thanks... I do love poetry as a few words can imply so much :)

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  7. Short and sweet... beautifully written

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  8. Smartly expressed :)
    Best wishes for BAT :)

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    1. Thanks a lot, Gunjan... you did describe my feelings towards this poem perfectly with these four words!

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