Faith

Though the roads we walk on

aren’t smooth highways with lights on.

No straight paths with beautiful scenery,

or fixed tolls with abundant greenery.

They are narrow lanes,

much rough and less plain.

Twisting and winding,

with unclear grindings.

Amidst the blaring noise of horns

dies the continuous tales of confidence torn.

Frequently missing the bull’s eye,

but not giving up until we fly.

Trying still hard to revive,

Yet, I think somehow we all will survive.

About the guest author:

A.S. is Akanksha Singh’s pen name. She is a person who happens to be quite fond of reading and is also a deeply passionate writer from India.

Her highly entertaining blog is called: My Bubble.

Published by Bulbul

'Bulbul' is the pen name used by Akanksha Singh who is the Fiction Editor of the newly launched magazine 'The Finest Example'. She identifies herself as an avid reader and a passionate writer. She has completed her MS in Life Sciences but currently, she is looking to establish herself as an author. She shares most of her work on her blog, but a few of her stories have been published in Active Muse, The Creative Post, and other magazines/blogs/journals. She loves traveling and you probably can bribe her with good food!

19 thoughts on “Faith

  1. Reblogged this on My Bubble and commented:
    Originally written for Renard’s World as a guest post.
    All we need is some trust in ourselves to pass even the most terrible times of our lives. With some Faith, I know we all will thrive!

    Liked by 1 person

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