Nasteha Liban


Someday


When they met, nobody knew

They will someday be a husband and wife

When they held hands, nobody knew

They will someday become enemies

When they fought, nobody knew

They will someday be friends

When she was slapped, nobody knew

She will someday handcuff those hands

When they were all sulking and ungrateful, nobody knew

They will someday be loved and adored

When they were crying, tears streaming down their faces unstoppable, nobody knew

They will someday be laughing and beaming with happiness

When they all started, nobody knew

They will someday be that successful

When they begin, nobody knew

It will someday end that way

When he made that decision, nobody knew

He will someday be rewarded abundantly for it

Just start and stop predicting about your life

You don’t know how it will someday end too

Whatever the out come, embrace your life and love yourself.

Submitted: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013

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