Imti Longchar

Rookie (23 October / Nagaland)

Fate


When life began, was our fate already written?
When i was young, why was i never bothered?
So thoughtless to even worry about what my fate is
I was blithe about anything that was around me

Now i started learning and thinking about my fate
What has brought me here and where i am going
I just drive along the flow of life,
where i know that a fate is waiting for me

I felt in love, I did what ever i could to keep her happy
But i broke my heart when i knew she loved someone
I got miserable, i did everything i could for her
But i know, i my fate was to live without her

I dont know what is my fate for tomorrow
When will i understand life's nature
Where my fate will take me
But i still dream, where i make my own fate
A fate where i know how it ends
A fate where i become happy

Submitted: Friday, May 13, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 13, 2011

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  • Rookie Sedric Ramey (4/21/2013 10:05:00 PM)

    I believe in fate to a degree also. I believe God has a will that is bound to come to pass and he has known and chosen his elect before the foundation of the world. He also in some unexplainable way has given us freedom to either reject or accept his son and our lord and savior so we may fit in with his chosen elect. I love the God I serve (Report) Reply

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