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Back To Roots….

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Day 14: 14th April 2015 NAPOWRIMO


Back to roots…


Pebbles and boulders

Bricks and pieces of broken furniture

Once a glorious abode

Now in the ruins

Obsessed I was to trace back my roots.

Our old home now just a relic

Leftover of an era.

I bent down, touching the ground

Memories flooding my mind

The running away in haste, the camps

The survival in a new land.

Once my motherland, now a visitor

Partition took its toll.

I return with my old eyes to the country

To the house I once lived.

Trying to trace back my roots.


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