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  Its official.
 Its broken.
Snapping last ties.

A scuffle.
An unintended touch.
Eyes meet.
Differences begin to melt.
A trifle glance.
A weird smile follows.
A maddening moment.
Heart beats faster.
 Fail to utter words.
A strange affinity.
Reason loses to impulse.
Charmed ,enamoured.
Lips lock.
 Emotions fused.

Sun rises.
A nocturnal mistake.


Pooja said…
Tulika said…

Truly Breathtaking !
Nikita said…
Ria said…
hmm...interesting and a matured subject. :)
Priya Joyce said…
LOved this!
Mayz said…

believe me i wud love to commit this one mistake over n over again

beautifully penned down thou!
IcE MaiDeN said…
Brought me face to face in my mind, with a person I no longer know
Ritz.. said…

nice one .. But if its a mistake then no shame in going back and saying sorry :)

and regrets will always be there whatevr happens regrets do come up now and then....
яノςんム said…
its as awesome as ever and its pretty good to be back here :)
i read this before somewhere..?
ANWESA said…
Thanks !
ANWESA said…
Thanks !
ANWESA said…
Thank you !
ANWESA said…
Thanks !
ANWESA said…
Glad to know that you found it interesting :)
ANWESA said…
@Lil' Priya,
Thanks baby !
ANWESA said…
Well,depends on how you see it :)
Thanks for reading it.
ANWESA said…
@Ice Maiden,
ANWESA said…
Thanks !!
ANWESA said…
Sometimes its irrelevant to apologise.
ANWESA said…
Thanks dear ! Glad to see you here :)
ANWESA said…
Yes,you have. I wrote it long back for Femme Fatale.
Thousif Raza said…
truth coming out of every sentence :)... nice one :)

take care and keep writing.............
ANWESA said…

They are so right when they say "One man's fiction is another's reality".
beautifully written :)
ANWESA said…

Thanks !

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