Cognitive Conflict – Aleena Romaji

To have loved or lost

My name is Aleena Romaji and I am a final year dental student. I enjoy writing in my spare time and have gotten prizes for coming first, second for poetry competitions at my University in previous years. This, however is a first, I haven’t entered online before and I hope this will be the first of many entries.

Cognitive Conflict

Bickering in my mind these two 

Was one good and the other not?

Stepping stones hazy with contempt

Broken bridging cleverly amend

Forfeit, elusive bare to first

Perfumed ploughs curtly immersed

Flickering adornment, a right of passage

Cursing gently towards grand perish

To have loved or lost, which on verge brought

Hands instinctively to fiery thought.

Aleena Romaji

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