The course of true love never did run smooth.

I confess I have been quoting Shakespeare like a mad fanatic these days.

This is because I have taken some time off work to “work” through some things and hence, I have all the free time in the world. And the one with no lover is of course a book lover.

But it’s true, isn’t it?

25 years of my existence and I fell in love with a man. He was sensitive, emotional, introvert and angry. He lived each day like a challenge and never let anyone break the shell. He did try with me though, we both failed the mission miserably. I remember there was a time he was madly in love with me, MAD love folks. And then there came a time where my days and time without him were incomplete. That is love.

We had a fallout and everything fell into pieces that neither of us can glue back together.
It’s hurtful to think about how amazing it would have been, had it worked between the two of us. The two fragile human beings who could not promise themselves to each other.

Ah, confession two, LOT of tragic love stories have been watched. Because I cannot stop thinking about the things that we could have done differently. In the end, we were too busy saving ourselves but the relationship.

So, here’s the point of this gigantic sob story: work it. Make it work like your life depends on it. Regrets are the last thing you’d want with you in your death bed.

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