"I knew that you would understand. Only you," said he. "Always," said she, gently massaging his back. Their son sat wondering when his father would stop imagining his dead mother.
"It's Corona time. How can one possibly have the festive spirit?" Daddy said. "It's Christmas' Advent time. We are still alive together. That's enough to have the festive spirit. Cheers!" said Mommy.
Of course, he loved her! He loved her like crazy!! But why, he really had no idea. He thought about it sometimes. Starting from their start To where they stood now. He tried to list reasons Of how she was rather special. But come on, she was ordinary. He tried to keep count Of the [...]
She was not his first true love. She was his last. That was enough for her.
Their story was inches away from becoming that. "The unattainable love epic" was their title. Until one of them said, "Forget the story. I want you!"
When disaster strikes, only essential services continue. Shouldn't the art of writing also go into lockdown? But then, isn't motivating to live essential? Fellow bloggers, keep motivating and stay safe.
Two straight girls were friends. One was single while the other was not. Yet every Valentine's, the latter's first wish went to the former.
We won everything we ever wanted. We won somethings we didn't even dream of. But we lost each other.
She had often wondered how they would get past the day. Yet there they were, fifty years later, Still together, still in love.
The arguments are unavoidable Every time you don't listen. But more important than my anger Is what we have. The irritation is inescapable Every time I speak the same thing. But more important than your anger Is what we have. The tension in the air is inevitable Every time there's a disagreement. But more important [...]