Friday, 22 April 2016

S- Secure


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She never questioned him about his whereabouts, or nagged for time, irrespective of him spending all the time with his family, but her, or pecked about why he never complimented her or made real conversation with her. He never called her parents, or paid them a visit; he never picked her from airports or lifted her mood.

They did share a friendly bond, but the term ‘marriage’ and its elements were absent.

She knew it; that someday he’ll value her... appreciate her longanimity.

Surprisingly, not a hunch of jealousy but sheer acceptance of everything.
A beautiful smile and she was ready.
Linking with A to Z Challenge 2016

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I am participating in April A to Z Blogging Challenge and my theme for this year is Feelings and Emotions in 101 words. This year I'm also a supporter on co-host AJ’s team as wHooligans, along with Shilpa GargLuAnn Braley and Doreen McGettiganKeep visiting, keep sharing and keep showing the love in the comments box ;)

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  1. LIke her, most women accept everything in a marriage with a smile and stride...

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  2. Wow! That's some secure woman!

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  3. What a woman...hmm I am seriously insecure I think! Men are blessed if they can have women like that in their lives!
    @KalaRavi16 from
    Relax-N-Rave

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  4. I don't think I'll ever be as secure as the woman in this story! :(

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  5. Wonderfully centred and spiritual woman. Silly man, hope he doesnt miss out on her company altogether.

    http://www.sunilavigauthor.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/shachi-and-indra-poem-in-two-parts.html

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  6. A scary sort of security, I must say. I always wish people never stopped showing others how much they mattered to each other...


    My entry for the #AtoZChallenge -
    10 Times Star Trek: The Next Generation Boldly Went Where No Other Show Dared

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  7. I definitely wouldn't want a guy like this in my life :)

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  8. I think too many women in the real world would fit in the protagonist's shoes, however I wouldn't want anyone to be so selfless in any relationship like her.
    That story gave me plenty of food for thought :)

    @theerailivedin from The Era I Lived In

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  9. This is not a guy that you would want in your life! What a pity!

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  10. It's his loss. Hope he realizes what he is missing/ignoring real soon!

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  11. Some people realize things when it is too late! That is really sad!

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  12. That's a lot to sacrifice for security ... I don't think it's love even. Touching write.

    A Whimsical Medley
    Twinkle Eyed Traveller

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  13. oh..why does she have to compromise like this? Is the security worth her sacrifice? But plenty of women are in her shoes and that's the sad part.

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