Like it was meant to be

P.C :- Reena’s Exploration Challenge #125.

I ain’t your superior,

Not your equal,

Never your inferior,

While I created you,

And you fathered me,

We were created,

Neither to dominate,

Nor to be subservient,

Two different versions of the same creation,

Meant to co-exist,

Neither I seek your condemnation,

Nor your appreciation,

Two different purposes on the same journey,

Meant to illuminate the darkness,

Hold the light,

Not to compete,

Only to complement,

Nature created us to share her space,

Not to hold daggers at each other’s throat,

And put the other down,

We seek each other,

Neither superior,

Nor equal,

Never inferior,

Two different sides,

Like it was meant to be.

106 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Reena Saxena for running the Reena’s Exploration Challenge #125. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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