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Another Valentines Day - Sighs!!!!

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Another valentines day passes by......

It is an irony that we celebrate a special day for love while all days should be like this very day.........embracing the very happiness and pain love inflict. When we talk about love, it is all about happiness, it is a kind of delirium, but love is also about pain, the longing, loss of a loved one, the lingering memories and "the pain" it gives is a kind of sweet one, weirdly sweet. Just check out this Leona Lewis song, "Bleeding Love" which says it all. Dear folks, keep bleeding in love.......................



Check out the lyrics of the song,

"Closed off from love
I didn't need the pain
Once or twice was enough
And it was all in vain
Time starts to pass
Before you know it you're frozen

But something happened
For the very first time with you
My heart melts into the ground
Found something true
And everyone's looking round
Thinking I'm going crazy
But I don't care what they say
I'm in love with you
They try to pull me away
But they don't know the truth
My heart's crippled by the vein
That I keep on closing
You cut me open and I
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
I keep bleeding
I keep, keep bleeding love
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
You cut me open
Trying hard not to hear
But they talk so loud
Their piercing sounds fill my ears
Try to fill me with doubt
Yet I know that the goal
Is to keep me from falling
But nothing's greater than the rush that comes with your embrace
And in this world of loneliness
I see your face
Yet everyone around me
Thinks that I'm going crazy, maybe, maybe
But I don't care what they say
I'm in love with you
They try to pull me away
But they don't know the truth
My heart's crippled by the vein
That I keep on closing
You cut me open and I
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
I keep bleeding
I keep, keep bleeding love
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
You cut me open
And it's draining all of me
Oh they find it hard to believe
I'll be wearing these scars
For everyone to see
I don't care what they say
I'm in love with you
They try to pull me away
But they don't know the truth
My heart's crippled by the vein
That I keep on closing
You cut me open and I
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
I keep bleeding
I keep, keep bleeding love
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
You cut me open and I
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
I keep bleeding
I keep, keep bleeding love
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love
You cut me open and I
Keep bleeding
Keep, keep bleeding love"

Comments

  1. Very true. Love is as much about celebrating pain as one would celebrate joy. Even when I would not be 'single' in the conventional sense, I still do my Romantic Comedy + Ice Cream ritual on V day. Haha.

    Loved reading your blog. Do check out mine :)

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    1. Thank you D.U.G....:)
      I read your blog, explicitly narrated :) so many sexcapades...hmm!!
      I too love Devil wears Prada....I like both Meryl Streep and Anne....
      Unlike you, I don't have much experience with men, I deliberately avoid the meet-ups as I am a bit confused about my need for a partner, i feel comfortable alone and at times, i crave for a partner or somebody to cuddle up. I desperately love my hetero-friend, crave for his presence, his touch, his love and I know that he will never fall for me, I can't get him out of my head, no matter how hard I try. So the pain lingers in me. But I have some pleasure from that pain, some hope to go on. :)

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  2. Haha, I have TOO much love for Devil Wear Prada.
    I deliberately avoid meeting men too, but sometimes just stumble upon them. I prefer reading a book ANYDAY over anything else! I agree with you...about the confusion bit. Sometimes, you just want that non-invasion of personal space and sometimes, you don't want that space at all.
    Well, it's quite off-putting giving all your energy to someone who won't possibly give it back the way you want it to. You deserve someone who will love you exactly the way you want and much more :)

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    1. human mind is a complex thing, we will never understand it fully...agree to you...that i am wasting my energy :)

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