Poetry

Cursing Fate

“I can’t curse fate for finding you.
I’d rather know you than not at all.”

When it comes to you, I’m still not quite sure where I stand. I wonder about what we were and could have been. If it was destined to be brief and end in heartbreak, no matter the choices we made. I wonder if the life I have now would be another unanswered question if I made a different choice. But we can’t go back. And I can’t curse fate for finding you and bringing you in my life. Because I’d much rather know you as a friend than not at all.

© Sarah Doughty

How could I curse fate,
for knowing you?

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6 thoughts on “Cursing Fate”

  1. Hi, we are in Singapore 15/16 feb for 24 hours and wondered if any atttractions will be closed on the 15th and if will be okay to get a taxi to the airport on the 16th? Also we are back on the 10/11 March and wondered if the stores and attractions open as normal on sundays? Please excuse my ignorance on these matters Thanks Paul

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  2. Oh, Sarah!! Really loved this! Reminds me of how the intertwining of our lives end up bringing us to our now. Kind of like “It’s a wonderful life”. I often think of the question “If you could change something/anything in your past what would you change?”. My answer is always – Nothing!! Because even the slightest change would throw me off course from meeting my beloved! Bellissimo, My Dear, Bellissimo!!
    xoxoxo

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