Expensive reminders of Fate

Expensive reminders of Fate

A Poem by Moniba

The young girl stood staring
A stare void of hope and life.
She wore an unwavering expression
Of boredom, and premature wisdom.
She looked on, through people and through walls
As if her destination was far beyond.
She stood lightly on her feet
Willing and waiting, for the wild wind's companion.
Tentatively, she raised a hand
Expensive reminders of fate, decorating her wrists.
Her palms opened, collecting moments of escape
Sweet escape of moments, from bitter surrender.
Her feet awoke, moving toward fate
To home, where the heart never was.
The girl stared no more with a stare void of life
Her expression, a facade; her destination, so near.
Her will not for the wind, her palm not for escape
She walked on forward, to home, to fate.
Another day will pass, and the ones after that
Her life will persist, reminders will remain.
The wind will come and go, her fate will make her stay.
For here she must be, and here she must live. 

~Moniba.

© 2014 Moniba



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Moniba
Moniba

Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan



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I'm an eighteen year old, Muslim and Pakistani. I like simple yet poetic pieces of writing(prose and poetry), and I have a thing for dictionaries. more..

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