Looking back...

This post is in response to a comment made by one of the readers:

'...you Do give the impression that you're sadness can overcome the facade of your humour. And you Do, of course, feel unfortunate to have lost your love...'

When i look back at what happened, there is a sense of nostalgia, a little bit of sadness, but simultaneously i am distinctly glad that the relationship came to an end, because we were not the right match. And also, i do not regret what happened. To the contrary, i feel a sense of delight and gratitude that nature allowed me to experience such beautiful moments, finite though they were in their duration. If there is any sense of being unfortunate, it is only a feeling of wonder whether i'll ever experience such a thing again in my life.

Comments

*butterfly said…
There you go Mr. Poet! =) Quite well said.
yay yayy!
I'm the 'reader' lalalalaa
Awais said…
Glad to see you so "excited". :)
*butterfly said…
glad to see you take notice! hehe
Muneeb said…
I guess that's the right way of looking at it, and I guess that's you always do! lol.
Awais said…
...and I guess that's you always do! lol.

Only after making a mistake first, lolz.
"People who have been in love once will probably fall in it again. They have a tendency to so. Its in their nature"
Awais said…
You are right, i believe. But not every love is the same love. Romantic relationships differ in quality and intensity of passion, and in many other factors as well.
gaya said…
Ever heard of the phrase,''Jo hota hai achay kay liye hota hai.''
Awais said…
@ Gaya

Yeah, i have heard that, and i suppose even those who wouldn't have heard it, would have heard it after the Laree Choote song. :)

It is a comforting thought in moments of trouble and need, and perhaps that is why it is so ubiquitously popular. Strictly speaking, i don't believe this to be true, but don't be surprised if you catch me saying this statement at some unguarded moment. :)