Destiny's Fate by Deborah de Camaret, Clinical Psychologist, France

Destiny's Fate

Destiny, Thou hallowed bride

Fate's groom has courted you till you sigh.

He has plunged his poisonous hand into your heart

And wounded your innocence till you smart.

He lusts for your soul you so fearfully proffer

Because you are torn between passion and honor.

Destiny, Thou hallowed bride,

Fate's groom has courted you till you sigh.

He has plunged his poisonous hand into you heart

And wounded your innocence till you smart.

He lusts for your soul you so fearfully proffer

Because you are torn between passion and honor.

The sparkling gem he has placed on your finger

Now bids you surrender, no longer linger.

To delay the vows you most solemnly dread,

You wrap your veils 'round your sacred head.

He hastily parts them at the nuptial alter

To kiss your lips and seal the barter.

Preparing to pronounce the mortal oath

You remember your name, to yield you do loathe.

For Destiny cannot marry Fate

Without living a life of sorrow and hate.

Verily, Femininity with all its fallings

Must not sacrifice its deepest callings.

And knows that marriage based on power is Ego's rape

Whilst matrimony for the honnestly humble

Binds the soul's true mates.

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