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The closeness between my best friend and me seemed indescribable. Neither of us can find words to describe the connection we have. In writing this poem I feel I have come closer than ever before.

Lost Treasures

They told me
that to truly find something,
you must first lose it.

So I lost myself,
and what I found was

They were right.
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11 Visitor Comments

Dear Sirs, This is a very beautiful poem.
it was an awesome poem. it was an inspiration 4 me as i too write poems and also an answer 4 many of my queries.
For a poem so short, it stirred up emotion in me. I hope you don't mind i used it to send to a very special someone in my life. Thanks. I liked it alot.
You gave me chills. and made me smile.
"What made shweta and me so close friend ?" was the usual questoin to me.but after reading i have understood that probably we both have lost ourself but have gained each other as great friends.
one feels very special and is all smiles afetr reading it! good job
A great twist of thought.Very effective!
This poem is very clever and deep. The shortness made it more powerful.I enjoyed it very much
This poem is directly to the point. And is very understandable.
This poem , being short as it is, is very nice and straight to the point. I enjoyed it deeply.
This poem made me realise how special and powerful what i have with my own best friend, really is.

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