Hello, wonderful world of BayArt, it’s that time of the week again! It’s Queertastic, and I’m back with our stellar poem of the week by Kinjal Parekh, who does not have a blog, but does have a knack for verses! Kinjal loves writing about topics such as life, faith, hope and motivation. If you want to learn more about our featured poetry program, you can go ahead and check it out here.

This Isn’t Really The End ; Kinjal Parekh 

It is not the ending that will haunt you,
But, the space where it may lie.
The things that simply faded without one final wave of goodbye.
Forgetting things you were sure you knew.
Or the books with torn out pages.
Or a question with no answer.
Forever in the corners
of our consciousness, they sit.
But maybe,
What if,
Those spaces are bliss for the moments.
Maybe those unsaid goodbyes are proof that
It isn’t really the end.

Maybe, forgetting is proof that
the room of faith, hope and magic is powerful enough to let a miracle happen.
Maybe the torn pages were just pages of the wrong books.
Cause darling,
You make your world and we all are eventually One.
Happiness, love, gratitude are forever
and hard times just a temporary discomforts.

Maybe,
The un-answered question is the actual answer, that,
It isn’t really the end.