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Impermanent World

written by: Sonal Singh


The sights of yesterday become memories of tomorrow.
In this transient world, there is no permanency.
Everything is always in momentum. The circle that we live in
Is moving to a beat, which is frantic, chaotic and tumultuous.

We struggle to find a place, a pit stop in this chaos.
We try to dig in, a feeble attempt at anchoring our roots.
But, in this constantly mobile and revolving world,
Positions change, situations change; life changes.

So what should we do then? Should we concede to time?
Or should we fight, try to move against the tide ripping at life?
What if we drown? What if we cannot take the pace?
It’s not like we can afford to rest, put our feet up in this race.

Sonal Singh

Sonal Singh

Sonal Singh is an Indian with a love for the written word. She is passionate about penning down her thoughts on paper. She believes that life is a repertoire of anecdotes strung together in a colorful array, like a beaded necklace. The various situations that we encounter, the many incidents of everyday, make life a Melange of tales and conversational tidbits. And, this is what she attempts to capture through her writing.
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