"In this destined serendipity called life, I write to bridge the gap between a world that is and a world that could have been."
- Ayushee Ghoshal
Sometimes one just can;t help but view such gifts as one of many. Not given much thought, very ordinary! Nicely Ayushi!Hank
Thank you, Hank. :)
Thank you, Nabanita :)
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Would love to know more about it, Daniel. Kindly send in a mail
Unspoken, as in vows unspoken? Unreturned as in love? Or just an ordinary gift? Nice! Just mbiguous enough to keep me thinking.
I intended to keep it ambiguos, Karen. Can be interpreted in a lot of ways. One is definitely the way you interpreted it. And another can be from a third persons point of view. A person is attending the wedding of his beloved. Giving her a forced smile and seeing her with another man. What is killing him more is that his love was never returned and never spoken. So hell on earth!
Thanks for offering me "Hell on Earth." but I will pass! Fine poem!
Thank you, Susan :)
very poetic ,Ayushee ! love this one !
Thank you, Rajkumar :)
This is sublime ... very well expressed :-)
Thank you, Amrit :)
I received a few wedding gifts that I had to come up with some "creative thank yous" for.
Very nice and a bit funny to me as well. Wedding gifts!
Funny? Haha. Okay. Thanks for dropping by, Alice :)
Silence can be torturous yet sometimes silence is comforting.