Love pain-how strong you are ?

Love pain

The most beautiful line is ” But I love you ” The most painful line is “I love you ,but..”

“Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up.”
― Neil Gaiman, The Kindly Ones

Pixabay,relatably.com

6 Comments »

  1. Oho….uhmm. ok..
    Haha.. don’t bother, it’s the exclamations and expressions I had.when I saw.this post
    Please tell your take on this for a change, I would like to knw what is going through your heart and mind.
    What do you say abt love pain…oh please don’t even try to say you haven’t been.thru….I have no intention of accepting that answer.

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    • Well explained, I must say Sridhar ji. ….pain is an integral part of love, yet love is the most beautiful emotional feeling. We love with all it’s adversaries along, knowing it’s gonna hurt us. Yes ego plays a major role in breakups.
      This is your sentence Sridhar ji… ”
      The truth is “happily ever after is a myth” and sooner the partners realize this better the intensity of happiness.”….. now this sentence of yours gives you the answer for ” Marriage can be forever” with life partners being friends doesn’t work out for everyone. Hope u have understood. You have answered yourself, haven’t you.
      It’s great having conversation with you each time and everytime. U keep me on my toes and my mind sharp . It’s good to have intelligent conversations for a change. …
      Have a nice day Monsieur. …khuda aafiz

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      • Haha….you made my day and had me rolling and laughing.
        Acha lagtha hein Urdu ..I love Urdu for it’s poetical beauty. Wah kabi…kabi shayariyaan suna keejiye…you will love Urdu too. BTW you like music? If it is not too much a personal question answer it. Aap se milke aisa laga jaise koyi bahuth jaan pehchan wale ho…outside WP do i knw you? Have we ever met?

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