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August 11, 2005

'tis all about Love...

Love, the kind that whimpers and withers when he as much as glances at another woman - all consuming, demanding, unrelenting;
Love, that whispers and soothes, pacifies and caresses, when a small frown even dreams of touching her face;
Love, that blossoms and yearns, unspoken yet unshackled, buried deep within his heart, unknown to her;
Love, that bonds, tying them together in a knot so strong, neither can break free, even if they wish to;
Love, that shines and glimmers, for a few tantalizing moments, ephemeral and tantalizing, making each wonder;
Love, that wipes her tears patiently and kindly, that embraces when she needs its warmth and watches from a distance if she so desires;


I can neither grasp the feeling in its entirety nor stay unaffected, the one feeling that touches every soul yet leaves behind a million confusing thoughts...love, of many faces and forms...

Yes, I agree, definitely sappy. Will do better next time :)

And thanks to phil for this song :)

14 comments:

kamal said...

Big smile on my face :) Don't know y ? :)

Shiva said...

awesome...

I still cant seem to shake off or forget these feelings, thanks to your blog they are rekindled all over again !!

Sriram C S said...

If you ask me, the perfect love affair is one that begins and ends with a coffee!! (The affair BTW is with the coffee and not with the person sitting opposite to you - they only lend flavour to the coffee)!! ;)

Leon said...

Yup.. I feel the same way too.. Despite trying very hard to stay unaffected.. The feeling is overwhelming.. :-)

Prabu Karthik said...

yaaruba idhu valentines day greeting card rengekku post podaradhu...

no wonder padmashri baby K is happy:)

RT said...

i like this line...
"Love, that bonds, tying them together in a knot so strong, neither can break free, even if they wish to;"

TJ said...

Nice post!!
"Love, that blossoms and yearns, unspoken yet unshackled, buried deep within his heart, unknown to her;"
Love is like oil, it very valuable when burried, but highly volatile and inflammable when brought out.!

Love is a dream, Life is reality!

Putting the love into life is like living a dream, only the realistic ones succeed.
Sometimes, even if they are not realistic, or the environmental variables are not conducive, they can still be materialized, but has a very high probabiltiy of ending up in a drag!![Like your mini-serial story]

Vijay padathla vara maadhiri.. 'kaadhal ngaradhu....' or 'oruthar oruthar manasa purinjundu....' ellam kekardhukku supera irukkum! isnt it??

RS said...

kamal: :)

shiva: thanks :)

agnibarathi: ahh...soodana filter coffee, I must agree with you on this :)

leon: indeed... :)

P~K: :))

rt: Yes...sometimes a man and a woman tie themselves down to a spot from where there is no escape, blame it all on love :)

tj: thanks :) It is like a dream...sometimes it vanishes when we wake up :)

There is another vijay dialogue in "Poove unakkaga", he says "Kaadalngardhu oru chediya pola..." - for some, it's just a flower, when it withers, another blooms to life, for some it's the plant itself, uproot it and destroy it and there is no life left...(vaguely translated) :) - mushy as it may sound, I liked that analogy!

IBH said...

K doesnt know why? no wonder he is still a baby k :)....

hey RS, no no! keep it sappy! coz this is very well written! :)

Jinguchakka said...

whimpers! withers! whispers! soothes! pacifies! caresses! yearns! shines! glimmers!....what a vocabulary! It's sugar candy all the way! Semma senti. :-)

RS said...

IBH: :)

hey RS, no no! keep it sappy! coz this is very well written! :)

You got it then - sappy it is!

jinguchakka: yes...overdose illa? :)

Kumari said...
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Kumari said...

My fave lines :
"Love, that bonds, tying them together in a knot so strong, neither can break free, even if they wish to;"
-- This has more depth than what 'psentiness' claims :) It's a knot that would remain, unmindful of what reality turns out to be :)

Liked it.

RS said...

kumari: :)

It's a knot that would remain, unmindful of what reality turns out to be

Well expressed :)

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