Thursday, 12 March 2015

Heavenly Life!

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rowing up together as children… Being each other’s first crush and then first love… Playing and arguing... Sleeping on each other’s shoulders…. I always thought that we have known each other forever!

But, that trip was different – the first after marriage. We opted for a nice misty place for our honeymoon; supposedly romantic.

To add an adventurous streak, we decided to do trekking. With the cold breeze caressing us, gentle sunlight kissing us, we walked. His strong hands were holding mine and our shoulders were kissing each other.

As we walked, I realized that the pathway could be rough sometimes.
But, under his shadow, life looked heaven!

PS: Thanks Rochelle for this wonderful image prompt!



28 comments:

  1. nice write up on the image :)

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  2. Oh! I did not know you are married. I thought you are single and available. HaHaHa.

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  3. Twas beautiful.
    Nicely written. :)

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  4. Dear Satya,

    Marriage has a way of changing things, doesn't it?

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  5. Very romantic, very heartening.

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  6. Life indeed is different with that special someone

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    1. It will be awesomely different I guess!

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  7. I loved the writing more than the image.
    BTW the image is good indeed.

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  8. The moral is that with one's loving spouse around even the rough life journey seems enjoyable.

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  9. Lovely piece. Too late for Valentine's day, but heck, who cares.

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    1. When loved one is around, every day will be a Valentine's Day Patrick!

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  10. Just beautiful! Very romantic and gets across the feeling of being protected and loved. :)

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  11. Wow! It is simply superb, Satya! Very romantic!

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  12. A rare lifelong love affair. I hope she's cool with it when life gets back to normal and babies arrive. At least she'll have the memory of the honeymoon.

    Nice little fantasy, Satya. Pretty language.

    All my best,
    Marie Gail

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