Letter to My Future Self | Poetry by Sabi Thapa

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Letter to My Future Self | Poetry by Sabi Thapa

It feels weird writing to you
imagining the cluttered thoughts
finally got through
What have you been thinking?
How are you feeling?
Hope you have been reasoning

Tangled –
you will shed a thousand skins
you are abundant
Oh! my better one.
Entranced by escapism
yearning for better chunks,
I imagine your elation
So, how’s life?
Are you finally living
The way you have been dreaming?

Lucid –
you will reminisce
the insightful guide to your present
Oh! my better one.

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