Lines of fate

Image credit :- Rodrigo Curi @ Unsplash

Lines of fate, dare touch each other,

So close yet far from one another,

A friend becomes a foe,

Strangers render a helping hand,

Promises to meet each other, destiny pauses rendezvous till afterlife,

Chance encounters with someone unexpected,

Dreams turns realer than reality itself,

Reality wishes it didn’t actually occur,

Lines of fate, dare touch each other,

And when they sometimes touch,

Truth sounding stranger than fiction,

Makes sense without due consideration.

73 words.

Thoughts :- This poem is written keeping in mind those times which make no sense whatsoever while they occur, but only after sometime realisation dawns and bingo, things strangely becomes crystal clear.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge #63 . The challenge is to write a piece using the above picture as an inspiration. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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