Tuesday, May 14, 2013

You are where I Belong



I lived my life so long, not knowing you exist
When I met you, my destiny took a twist
You made me fly without wings
Filled my heart full of yearnings

I don’t know what took over, destiny or luck
But we both were love struck
Neither you nor I could hold the secret
Maybe cupid shot us with a musket!

Every second we spend together
I wished it to last a little more, like forever
Every second we spend apart
I wished it fleeted fast

When this long wait comes to an end
I’ll show my yearns that are now penned
Even if the wait lasts lifelong
Baby, you are where I belong



The English Teacher


Something worth sharing…

"Wife, child, brothers, parents, friends... We come together only to go apart again. It is one continuous movement. They move away from us as we move away from them. The law of life cannot be avoided. The law comes into operation the moment we detach ourselves from our mother's womb. All struggle and misery in life is due to our attempt to arrest this law or get away from it or in allowing ourselves to be hurt by it. The fact must be recognized. A profound unmitigated loneliness is the only truth in life. All else is false... Loved ones...They scatter apart like the droplets of a water spray. The law of life. No sense in battling against it."

A different genre of fiction that I finished reading today had the above lines in the last but one page. Of all the lines in the hundred and eighty four page book, this impelled me to blog again, after a long time. To accept the realities of life is indeed difficult. But, life goes on no matter what and at the end; to not to love yourself is ignominious of your presence in this universe!