Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Coincidence… :-/

It had been a tiring evening but a great one too. There had been a lot of hustle and bustle in the house. Family and friends were pouring in to wish the couple.

When everyone had left, they sat quietly in their room. He was, as always, trying to find his spectacles. He never remembered where he had kept them the last time. She saw him getting a bit restless and joined in his search. She found them and placed them in his hands. “Thanks Dear” he said, kissing her forehead.

“You know something, you haven’t changed a bit since the day we met.”

“Well, did you want me to change? If yes, I would have done it any moment for a lovely wife like you.”

“No. If I had to change you after getting married, it would have been tougher for me. They say --- it’s better to marry a known monster than an unknown.”

They both laughed heartily.

“It’s kind of strange but almost always our paths crossed, isn’t it?”

“Hmm… yes.”

“We never knew each other still we got a glimpse of each other here-and-there. And it was after one year or so that we recognized --- we had seen each other somewhere.”

“One whole year to recognize… yes, true.”

“But I am so glad that at least we did recognize, else we wouldn’t have been together, right? Thanks to the party where we met. I had no idea from where the invite came. And totally unexpected I saw you in front of me, amazing coincidence! It was the best day of my life.“

“… You think it was coincidence?”

He was quiet.

She looked at him and said “Happy 25th Anniversary Dear.”

4 Comments:

At Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Blogger Enigma said...

A post after a looooooooooooong time.

Great to see you back in action.

 
At Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Post just after Vday... hmm..Hangover of the V-Day it seems.. Nice one...

 
At Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Anonymous Shraddha said...

cool one!!! :-)

 
At Friday, March 03, 2006, Anonymous rohit joshi said...

Artistic romance it is. a complex style of telling simple yet complex relations in story.

 

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