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Togetherness

Being contented is a state odious to human kind, especially when one is young, immature and is in a relationship! We all want to end up with the right person, but even the best person is never THE right person simply because relationship is a bitch, an attractive one that comes with self-outlined rules, anticipation and demands. The pendulum fluctuates from joy and levity to seriousness and sorrow; with unfathomable insecurities of hope and unfulfilled promises. It is unfeasible for two people to strike a chord and reach over an agreement over everything, particularly in a relationship where it engages one’s persona, ego and pride in question.
Everyone has their own modest tales to recite, and we all would have come across more overwhelming tales than ours. When I hear humbling stories all around me, I feel petty about going gloomy over awfully naive things in life. I wish I could perhaps appreciate life for what it is than bawling about what it could have been.
God has got his own reasons for us to meet and come this far. We have been there for each other, sailed across the tides and I hope our love will flourish beyond what it is right now. We started as strangers, became friends, and we became one with each other.
Spread Love, Happy Valentine’s Day!

FOOTNOTES: A Cinderella Story

Once upon a time in a not so far away land,
lived a boy who was unemployed, lonely and sad.
And then he saw his saving grace,
A princess walking by with an alluring face.
So the modern day ball,
turned into a visit to the mall.

It was his chance to woo his lady,
It took him a while to get ready.
So he sat and watched the angel of his dreams,
Everything was working out with lady luck’s beams.


They started talking as their hearts were melting.

But time of their meeting ran out,
The boy had to leave without a doubt.

In his hurry, he left his phone behind,
They were destined to meet as he was all over her mind.

She looks for him with true honest love,
She finds his house as they were blessed from above.
And now that I’ve run out of rhyme,
I conclude thanking my crew for their time.
On Abhishek (Blazer: Roy Robson, Shirt: Nehru Place, Trousers: Stitched by myself, Shoes: Melvin & Hamilton)
Annapurna (Blazer: Zara, Vest: thrifted, Trousers: Vero Moda, Shoes: Metro, Neckpiece: Model’s self)
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