Bishop tries to convince the readers about the concept of losing. She uses metaphor like keys, time, cities, continent and etc. As the conversational flows we get the knowledge of doubt when personal experiences are examined by Bishop and then finally the positive front collapses when she confronts her internal suffering and recognises this loss as a personal disaster. It is really amusing because she described that everything in the surrounding is capable of being lost, even the loved ones. The art of losing isn’t hard to master. It is an amusing line. It could mean that losing – as a skill, is really easy to master, but when it comes to disaster, Bishop described it as no disaster, until the end of the poem, she wrote, “it may look like, like disaster”.