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I wrote, scratched, rewrote and rescratched ad nauseum the opening of this post, the first on this blog in a long time. Nothing seems suitable so I wont try to sound profound. Suffice to say that the year 2007 was a year in which I found and lost that most fleeting and ephemeral yet widely cherished feeling, love, totally unexpectedly and was subjected to the repercussions of the same.

This post is not a declaration of having accepted what was a fait accompli by the time it hit me. Neither it is a feeble attempt to declare myself free from the imaginary shackles and it is certainly not a notification of intent of moving on. Far from it.This post is an attempt to amend the mistake of not keeping to a de facto promise I had made in one of the initial posts on this blog that I shall narrate events and happenings in my life.But more than that, this is an attempt to get some things off my chest before they cause more damage than they already have.

At this point I introduce a new series of posts on this blog where I shall present the lyrics of some songs that I like. They are not necessarily of the same genre, not all of them are movie songs, most are not very well-known and quite a few will not qualify to be called classics, but I like them, for one reason or the other, and that is the one and only reason for them to go up on this blog. They will probably be very clear indicators of my mood, mindset or thought processes at the time of posting as well. In honour of one of the finest examples of the symbiotic interplay between love and pain in moviedom, I shall suffix these posts with "Dil Se..."

Hey Grumps!

Finally found your blog again...took me some time but of course, I found it once..I will find it again...

This entry reminds me of what we talked about before you left...about taking risks, letting go...about life and love...I guess, it really takes time to let go of a deep seated feeling...

Someday, I wish to tell you a lot of things...I wish I'd be able to...one way or the other, I will let you know...

I hope you finally find whatever it is that you're looking for...and by that time, I hope you are ready to take the risk again. :)

Miss you! :)

hey anon from Manila,

I miss you too! :-) Starbucks wont be the same even if it opens here in India now.

And as far as time to let go is concerned, well that has not happened so far at least. Not very likely to happen in my opinion either. Some wounds dont heal, you just learn to live with the pain and the occasional increase in the hurt on a damp cold night. Which is when the eternal balm of a flurry of tears comes to your rescue.

Waiting to hear your story..

Here! Here!

But I always believe that there's always a time for everything. You may say these now but in time, things will change. Sure, you won't forget the people you love, have loved and will love...but after some time, you'd realize that the hurting has stopped, that the wounds have healed...but I hope the wounds heal way before you find that special someone that you can spend the rest of your life with.. c(",)


Take care! :)

Here? Here?

I was so damn sleepy!!!!


So sorry, what I meant was...

Hear! Hear! :)

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