Friday, 4 April 2014

Distance....

   
                                                                                                     



Moving on wasn’t possible so they decided not to .

It was not going to work out owing to their professional demands which traversed in different directions argued their families .

Still they persisted and tied the knot , with dissatisfaction brewing mildly in the background .

Trying hard every day to keep their personal and professional life balanced ,  they continued to walk together being each others support in every circumstance , though staying apart .

Today when they sit back relaxing over the weekend , reading a newly released novel or enjoying one of the latest movies , a gentle breeze passes by soothing their soul as if reverberating in silence , “ distances do not tie up people but commitment does “ .

 As you all know friends I really love Happy Endings so here comes another write up with the same theme and the same characters but a different end :) Hope you like it....

10 comments:

  1. u never fail to amaze me!! one story n written in 2 different ending notes! beautifully i must add! love ur blog sushree :)

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    1. Oh Thank God !! I was a bit apprehensive about what you all would feel about this one ...but now I am happy :):) Thanks a lot for showering your love on my blog :):)

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  2. Very nice, Sushree. "Distance does not tie, but commitment does" - well said!

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  3. Awww we all love happy endings :D glad you made an alternative!

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    1. I was feeling restless till I gave a happy happy touch to their lives. Already life has so many tensions at least let our stories be dabbed in hope and happiness :)

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  4. Thats such a sweet tale Sushree :)

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  5. Great post! You've very aptly put the right words...love what you said about tied the knot and dissatisfaction brewing mildly! I guess that always comes about!

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  6. @Sushree: Very well said. Right words at the right place.

    And I used to say - "all my friends were strangers".

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  7. Commitment is indeed a strong bond !

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Do scribble down few words ...it motivates :)