Uncertain - Poem by Rani Turton
I am not so sure anymore
Not so certain that it can work;
Life that was once, so simple and straight
Has turneded into vast, complicated fate.
I analysed in pondering might:
My mind was strong and fine;
But sudden darkness eclipsed the light.
Thus my fine mind took flight.
Then with rocky imperfect rhymes
I wanted to mingle with the mist,
Strange melancholy and the rain:
Forget those years of struggle and pain.
Now night has come softly.
The time to wander, and try to unravel
The skeins of destiny's plan,
From before, now, and how it began.
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