The Fate of a Story

“Each magnificent story ends in a wreckage. The only question – how should fate work for such stories? Should they end in debris before your time or, long after your time?


How do you feel the rush of emotions emerging from a story shackled to time, crushing your heart? A story that has seen a few generations in decades that seem centuries. A story that was once built with bricks of hardships and turmoil, concreted with promises of tomorrow, but eventually like all other stories, written in the sands of time.


And, it is in sand’s nature to slip away from the grip that continues to tighten it’s hold against time, leaving the past, present and future in a chaos of emotions and memories. Those memories, that hold countless stories of one single story that is about to meet its end.”

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Kabir Malik

©/ 21st August 2016

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