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(17/09/1987)

Package Of Love


Whoever thought that
Love is sugary sweet,
Whoever thought that
Love is easy,
Whoever thought that
Love is magic,
Whoever thought that
Love ends troubles,
Whoever thought that
Love is a end and not an means,
Whoever thought that
Love is perfect,
Whoever thought all of the above
Must have never been in love.


Because Love is not always sugary sweet
A chilli of pain you may happen to meet.
Because Love is not as easy
As we picture it to be.
Because Love is not a synonym of magic
Let the magic fizzle and it can get tragic.
Because Love is not necessarily end to all trouble
If you think so, you must be living inside a rosy bubble.
Because Love is a means to happiness
And not an end in itself.
Because Love is perfecting
To relish the flaws.
Because Package Of Love
Always comes with a Pinch Of Salt!


(18 April,2006)

Submitted: Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 17, 2006

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