RR. Srimanchantha


Love through thick and thin


An unpredictable encounter with faulty first impressions
Lacking the natural winning charms
Turned into a lifelong commitment
Destined to be friends forever
Inseparable by neither difficulties nor regrets

Overtime your humble being
Loving kind-hearted nature
Caring and support won my heart
Again and again I fall for you
One in a million, a down-to-earth prince with no match ever
Over two decades of knowing you
Growing up and growing old together
A togetherness so blessed with growing love and fondness

Being not the best
Nor the sweetest
Amongst the rest
With good and bad experiences
Facing the worst of nightmares together
We share dreams and passions
To cherish and capture wonderful moment's life has to offer

Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2012

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  • Rookie Ravindran Govindaraju (7/14/2012 2:40:00 AM)

    true love alters not; nor finds it's boundary'.. Being not the best] Nor the sweetest.. unconditional love is the essence of this line. Nice one. (Report) Reply

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