Marriage

“I will be patient
And kind
When temper flies
Sense out of mind”

“I will reign in
My tongue
When my patience dies
A slow painful death”

So the said
More often than
They believed,
‘Cause
One spoke too soon,
other
Replied even sooner;
But they loved more
Than such words
And laughed more
Together.

This is a poem in 55 words for marathon blogger’s drabble week.

Dedicated to me and pati ❤

Hello again

About 6 months back I made this page private after I started getting anonymous abusive comments and emails from some one. I am not sure if that phase is past me or not , But I know that I have friends and a partner who would stand by me and not let me quit blogging and writing any day. Thank you every one who wrote to me and prayed for me. 

I am 5 months late , but I still want to share my wedding pic with you all. Here’s me and Yogesh on our happiest day !

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I will be reading and visiting your blogs soon. Stay blessed. 

Same

“I always thought, you would be married by now.” ,  he said, smiling at her.

“I hoped so too”, she replied, avoiding his gaze.

“Then why not ? I told you I don’t love you”, he said little impatiently.

“I do”

“You should have said , I did , not do”

And they both laughed. All was still same.

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This was inspired by my own story “Wait” , for which I thought this could be an alternate ending.

Also linked to G-Man’s friday flash55

 

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