Once upon a time, there were two very good friends,
Who matched on tinder, thinking there'll be no dead-ends,
His heart was broken and wanted to see if she mends,
She was gregarious and was looking for utopian weekends.
Long chats on WhatsApp transformed to prolonged late night calls,
She loved chilly mountains & he could always be seen on book stalls,
He had dated a lot of girls but she was the one who rang his bells,
She too was attracted as he infatuated her brain-cells.
Then finally the day arrived for their very first coffee date,
Caramel mocha of Starbucks was making their time fortunate,
From there, they went on a long ride on his new UM Renegade,
They fell for each other deeply before heading to their homes straight.
One day, he didn't pick her calls, a thousand times she tried,
Next day she heard an abysmal news that her beloved is no more, he died,
Though she was strong, yet the ground beneath her surface earned a slide,
"Dad, I still love him and wanted to be his bride", she cried.
She grew numb and pale, knowing if it's true, she strived,
To her cold comfort, neither his whereabouts nor he arrived,
To add insult to her injury, her fair-weather friends made her feel more deprived,
She isolated herself, showed no signs of improvements, only his memories she revived.
Three days passed by, she tried slitting her wrist with a knife,
As getting married to someone else was now her familiar strife,
Next day the door knocked, he was standing there with full of life,
As he was not riding that day & preferred sitting on pillion seat to drive.
She hugged him tightly and wept & rejoiced his touch which made her alive,
He kissed her on forehead and proposed to be his wife,
She kissed him back all over his face and said 'YES' to make their story thrive.
You don't have to understand it, You just have to have faith...
Faith in DESTINY
Because what is meant to be, Will always find its way.