Riya Gangwar


Love On The Internet?


Love on the internet, how possible?
I wasn’t looking for someone new
I was just browsing and seeking knowledge
One day I stumbled upon your profile
I got stuck, reading every word on your profile
Charming, stunning, sensitive and beautiful
I poked you and you poked back
We kept poking each other, and then we exchanged mails
Love on the internet, how possible?
I wasn’t looking for love
But how can I deny my heart of this butterfly feeling?
Your mails and stories captured my heart,
I resisted but my heart was willing to be captured
Love on the internet, how possible?
I don’t want to get hurt anymore
But how can I stop love
Love knows no boundaries, no distance, and no fear
Love knows no internet; it knows no firewalls or passwords
Love on the internet, how possible?

Submitted: Monday, July 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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  • Lavigne Kin (7/24/2013 8:06:00 PM)

    Thanks :)

    And talking about my point of view over 'the internet love'...as i mentioned ''....Love knows no boundaries, no distance, and no fear
    Love knows no internet; it knows no firewalls or passwords......''
    I guess it holds for me too! ! ! !

    ** but not sure though: D ** (Report) Reply

  • Khairul Ahsan (7/24/2013 11:52:00 AM)

    Love on the internet, how possible?
    Absolutely stunning! This kind of experience is common these days, but how deep is that love?
    How do you view this? And if asked to judge, what would you say? (Report) Reply

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