Poems by
Hamza Melmuri

Lost Identity

a poem by Hamza Melmuri

In my class room
I am 8040,
In the company of my friends
I am a ten digit number.
My teacher is pqr or xyz.

Digits rule the world.
Thoughts are executed by abbreviations

For the last week,
Letters do not reach me.
I think, I have lost my address book
That included my address too.