Scattered Words

Scattered Words short poem

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Scattered words
Are like our living
May not mean
Anything substantial
When used well
In sequences
With our intent of
Making those
Sounding meaningful
Be it in own ways
And share the contents
With other people
Mend with time
On suggestions from
Peer or critics
And better they sound
To you and others
You never knew
Transformation was easy
Of scattered words!

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