Written by Jacob Ibrag
Goodbye Destiny, hello Yesterday. Back then
we were kings and queens. Dreams were slain, visions
were blurred. No one cared about consequences and feelings.
We all stood tall, never fading. The days seemed longer then,
routine was considered a sin. Right from wrong, no one cared at all.
Laughter, roars of stagnancy. We weren’t going anywhere fast, but
we had each other. Eyes stared at one another, talking was for the
common. We felt each others will, we shared one beating heart.
Back then, that’s all that mattered. Back then, destiny looked up to
us. What will it be like when I see them again? It’s been thirteen
years. Completely unrecognizable. Nothing stayed the same.
Our love surely faded away. Destiny kept knocking at
the door, and I was first to heed its call.
Art by Nick Gentry