Vows

I never got the chance to make my own wedding vows. In our Hindu custom of marriage, the wedding vows are always dictated by the Priest himself and most of them are pretty one-sided (*rolls eyes*). So this poem is what my wedding vows would have been like. If ever we begin this Tryst with destiny,…

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TPC Romance Fortnight Guest Post #9: Romance

Dear Readers, Sorry about the wait but sometimes life just doesn’t let you be. Today I bring to you a cute, cute poem from a dear classmate and old friend of mine – Esha. She’s not on WordPress but on blogspot and her blog is This Is Ish. She’s returned to blogging after quite some…

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TPC Romance Week, Guest Post #4: Facets of Love

Dear Readers, Today I bring to you a story, I believe the first of the TPC Romance Week, penned by fellow-blogger and contributor at Candles Online, Dr. Anupan Dey, who blogs at Anupam’s Serenity. I have no idea if this is from his own experience or not, but incidents like the one he has described…

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Why Do We Take Our Closest Relationships For Granted?

Good Morning Dear Readers, If you recall yesterday’s short story that I had published here on TPC, it was about a Husband and Wife arguing over who would change a dirty diaper. If you notice the tone of the story, it is humorous, yes, but maybe you will also identify with the arguing couple –…

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Just Your Everyday Conversation Between Husband And Wife

Husband: “Oh boy, will you look at that? I don’t think we’ve ever had it this bad before?” Wife: “Oh, umm, yuck….gack! It does look bad. How? How are they capable of such things?” H: “I was just going to say that. Well, don’t just stand there, do something; it’s a mess and it’s getting…

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