Lost On A Library Shelf, poetry by Samra Zafar at Spillwords.com
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Lost On A Library Shelf

Lost On A Library Shelf

written by: Samra Zafar


I’m a novelette placed in a rack
Surrounded by thick volumes of life stories
My identity goes unnoticed trapped between The covers of my neighboring souls
Lost somewhere on a library shelf
Confined space, rare escapes to be read
My thickness yet less
My pages yet numbered
My life might be short
And I may not be the best seller
But I’ve my own story, my own expressions
My sheets marked by MY words
I can’t breathe if even a single page of me is plagiarized

Set me free, for I can’t let others claim my story!

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