Expensive reminders of Fate

I have no idea what I mean to convey from this… Tell me if you figure it out.




22 thoughts on “Expensive reminders of Fate

  1. Well, I’m lousy at figuring out poetry. But it seems clearly to be the story of someone coming through life trauma into acceptance and realisation that things will go on regardless and she will go on until her time comes, so best to accept that you cannot fight what is and to instead become one with it.

    It is both a tragedy and a relief. She has renounced all happiness and sadness, ambition and despair, making herself no more than a vessel through which the winds of existence will blow.

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