Fate & stars

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Putting blame on fate
I found problems in others
I remained but blind,
Time was cruel to tell me late
Fault was never with my stars.


This post is in response to Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #10 – FATE & STARS by COLLEEN CHESEBRO.

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29 thoughts on “Fate & stars

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    1. I remember reading story on your blog about a boy who standing on stool was watching or perhaps imagining his friends playing in garden. It’s been a long time and I liked reading it so very much.
      Can you please share a link of that post with me?

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          1. As I read it again, could find so many places for edits and wrong tenses. He he.. (And I postponed them all to some time later.. 😛 )

            Thank you so much Madeeha. I am glad you remember the story. Feels good and happy.. 🙂

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            1. A good writer always finds mistakes in his writing, he’s never satisfied and I being a sincere reader can also find this repition of the word used to in one paragraph 🙂
              but it happens and the thing which I like about your story is its theme, you have done justice to it.
              At that time I was reading Kite Runner, the book is my all time favourite and so is your story 🙂 🙂

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