Knowing it doesn't matter all along, all the way.

Zain Khalid

How can the light bend toward the source?

Transcending the order of the nature's realm.


Purposeless it goes on toward obliviousness,

Chipping bit by bit all asunder, all away.


Losing hope of creating a difference. 

Knowing it does't matter all along, all the way.

  • Author: Zain Khalid (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 24th, 2023 19:00
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this when I was at my worst. It expresses what I felt.
  • Category: Reflection
  • Views: 29


  • Ok Waleed

    Good poem

  • orchidee

    If downcast, the light may seem to lighten up more bad or negative things. We can't seem them in the dark.
    But hopefully the light shows up good and better things.
    This is how I see your words here.

    • Zain Khalid

      A good perspective. I wrote this poem to be abstract purposefully to accommodate many thoughts.

      According to my perspective, Light is my spirit that originated from a brighter, positive sources that once surrounded me (It also meant God). My spirit motivated to do great deeds took me onward to make a difference. I always know not all of us can be heroes but still i jumped into the race. Failing in the pursuit of my dream, my spirit dwindled (losing bit by bit) until everything that seemed clearer became oblivious. But the sands of time pushed it forward further and deep into nothingness.

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