that very second.

Even though we just met, it feels like you’re already mine. Like you always have been. Like you were always meant to be. And maybe it’s a tryst of fate, maybe its destiny, maybe its karma, maybe it’s just a right turn of events. The right word said at the right time followed with the right move but I am so glad, I was seated at that bench that beautiful Sunday afternoon when I came across your lovely soul. And I believe that was just where I was meant to be in this lifetime’s turn of events, at that particular month, at that day, at that hour, that very second when my eyes caught yours.

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One Line Lovers – Part I

it’s been a long break. Laziness doesn’t work so well with a really faulty internet connection and busy class schedules that make you want to spend every free minute thinking of and doing – ‘nothing.’

I’ve been reading a lot of Lang Leav, Alaska Gold and Michael Faudet lately and I really admire how they wrap up so many emotions in a line or two. So, with inspiration from them, here are few titbits I have tried that don’t measure up at all but are a kind of experiment. posting with hope that atleast one may relate to these one line emotions.

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