It was Valentine's Day; A day for lovers. I always wondered how would V-Day look like in COVID era ; can this social distancing put love birds in their cages?
I crossed the road amidst all these thoughts while getting a pack of lunch from a nearby restaurant. I found an old lady with a bucket full of red roses who was sitting at the entrance of an apartment. There was hardly any customer to buy a rose from her. I wondered if it was the pandemic that was to be blamed for her meagre or say non-existent customer or it was the location to be made responsible for it.
I went close to her to enquire about its price. She was selling it for Rs.30. A wave of nostalgia swept across my mind. The image of college students flocking towards the shop of roses, from my memory, flashed infront of my eyes when a rose was sold as high as Rs.200 and how lovers would go to any length to make her Valentine feel special.
Few questions came to my mind ; does display of love relate to the young age? Doesn't it become important to display love through these little gestures at the age beyond college ? Is love during college days only passionate and unconditional? Why do people tend to take their partners as granted while being married?
It's never the cost of gift that defines it but it's the underlying emotions or intention to make your partner happy, is what matters the most! Some little gestures of love are necessary to keep the spark alive ✨!
At the river I dream , my dove,
And hear again sweet words of love.
Chastushka is a form of Russian folklore. It usually consists of two, four or six lines which rhyme. The subject consists of events of personal life such as love, jealousy, separation, unhappy love and various social and community happenings.
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Actions are the reflections of your thoughts. Every day is a best day to recollect how much you are blessed. Accept yourself. Begin your day with gratitude for a better tomorrow. Search for the true purpose of your existence. Never settle once you experience your first success. Work hard until you achieve what the world wanted for. God gifted you with talents, utilize it, rather than caging them, let it roam, it may lost its direction, but keep exploring for success. Grab every opportunities that comes to you.Be a soul with invisible wings. Be a warrior determined to rise up. @aishu24