Lock and key

Lock and key

A Poem by pragya gaur
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I always write poems on family and friends. This time decided to do something different. So I picked up a common topic from my room. If you find any mistake be free to critisize

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Lock and key,without each other they are nothing,
Lock and key ,together they are everything,
Their bond is like that of water and fish.
Each lock has unique key,
Each key has unique lock.
Locks are available in many kinds,
With their key of unique form.
A great security guard are the locks,
The only code to open them are keys.
Relation between a lock and key
Is just like paper and pen.
Relation between a lock and key
Is just like that of honey and bee.
Single they are useless,
Lock and key together are of great use.
Found in every house,
Big or small.
Used by everyone,
Rich or poor.

© 2017 pragya gaur



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I really like the sound this poem produces in my head. Its not like most poems you read where everything is about love, or death, or some combination of them. Its just about the simplicity and necessity of a lock and key. The beautiful relationship between the two is contrasted with your comparisons "Fish and Water" "Honey and Bee" "Paper and Pen". I quite liked it, thanks for sharing.

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

4 Months Ago

Thanku so much Zaliodir ji...More than the review it was pleasing to hear from uh thanks a tone



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I liked the set-up of the poetry. Leading the reader to a logical ending. Doors and locks are a need for us. Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

2 Months Ago

THanku so much for read and review
Coyote Poetry

2 Months Ago

You are welcome.
I really like the sound this poem produces in my head. Its not like most poems you read where everything is about love, or death, or some combination of them. Its just about the simplicity and necessity of a lock and key. The beautiful relationship between the two is contrasted with your comparisons "Fish and Water" "Honey and Bee" "Paper and Pen". I quite liked it, thanks for sharing.

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

4 Months Ago

Thanku so much Zaliodir ji...More than the review it was pleasing to hear from uh thanks a tone
Other than the first sentence needing to be spaced at the word without.. I think it's a good one. I'm not one for critiques because writing is personal & most often reviews are pointless, unless you thrive on them. I prefer to know how a person was affected by them. :) I like it because it's different but you can also relate to it. Good job.

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

4 Months Ago

Thanku mam
Hey, something different, topic you touched....gud to read this poem...none thinks to write over this and you did it...that's great....and it's an impressive one.....Keep it up.

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

4 Months Ago

Thanku dear
Priyanshi

4 Months Ago

My pleasure.
Hello dear Pragya! I love this poem. You are getting so much better at your writing! Eloquent words, great form and flow and use of metaphor to describe relationships. Excellent work!

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

4 Months Ago

Thanku Annette Ji...I hope there is no grammatical error now...and yes you will find more progress i.. read more
I like all your description about locks and keys... You emphasize how simple things truly matters... nice work...

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

pragya gaur

4 Months Ago

Thanks...n nice to see your review....thanks a lot

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