An elevation

She was a lonely girl in one sided love ….        Life was relentless to oblige her,                        she was too bold to accept the world’s consolation, but at her core she was so frail that she could not spin the thread of her destiny……
But suddenly there came a frantic call from her fate in the disguise of a new lad……                                                                  

 And her woeful misery gave way to ecstatic joy…….

It began with a delirious vibrance and now it seems an outstanding spectacle to see her frenzied spirit capering out of joy, in the blazing lights of her life with ‘him’………

      This plot is based on a true life experience of my bestie, Sreya…………

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64 thoughts on “An elevation

      1. Its very tough dudeπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™….though I have never undergone it as u have seen this post was about the life of one of friend Sreya….but I can understand… Seeing yr love with someone else …loving her from the core but still away from her is something worth a lot of pain…πŸ™‚πŸ€—πŸ˜‡πŸ˜š

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      2. I hoe you never go through this phase. It’s very painful. And the main problem is you can’t tell about your sufferings to anyone. Waiting for thing that is never going to happen takes a lot out of you, but still I am hoping for best…

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      3. I pray that yr hope ushers in a basket full of loveπŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ€—β˜Ί….but u know at times I feel one sided love is better because relationships r always meant to b broken….πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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  1. Unrequited love is still beautiful. At least on the part of the one’s on the extending end.
    The beautiful aspect about love is that it doesn’t need to be reciprocated to quantify as ‘love’. The act of loving (or extending love to someone) alone, in itself, is love. It may seem unfair, but it is still beautiful cause it enables us to experience the ethereal and the divine πŸ™‚

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