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Yet another composition from me....

I’ve to go
Don’t know where to
Neither know what to do
But I’ve to go.

I liked the smell here
I did become soft here
But I can’t be forever here
For I’ve to go.

I had good mood
And also good move
But not anymore
For I’ve to go.

May it be any season
To relish, I had a reason
Yet I’ve my own fashion
And so I’ve to go.

This life gave me a shape
And this land I drew in my map
Anyway I’ve to wind up
For I’ve to go.

Like a leaf falling from tree
Like a puppy going spree
I set myself free
For I’ve to go.

Bud vanishes to make a flower
Water evaporates to bring a shower
I also shell out my cover
For I’ve to go.

Loka samasta sukhino bavantu.
A bud blooms or blossoms to become a flower.

Rhymes are definitely better but a few prepositions and articles are missing!

Remember we have poetic liberties-but that does NOT include sending Grammar

on a vacation!

Having read all your poems in a row, i feel as if I have watched a romantic

movie - from the time the youngsters meet to the time they part! Wow!!
A bud does indeed vanish. In the sense there is no bud anymore. Only a flower. It is not a grammatical error. It is a statement of truth.

I take your last comment as a compliment. Thanks.

Loka samasta sukhino bavantu.
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