Can't Go Back Now - A Handsome Lover, Far Off But Too Dear

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Can't Go Back Now - A Handsome Lover, Far Off But Too Dear

Her shoulder length brown hair flowed down as she stood in the balcony waiting for him. She liked the nice summer time breeze blowing. The evening sun had lengthy set and the street lighting simply clicked on. He looked very worked up as he pedaled slowly. She noted that his fair skin was much tanned. He smiled through the eyes of his; his lengthy side glance was enough to make her poor in the knee of her. She experienced her soul singing. He was gone. She was in love with him.

He rarely smiled with the mouth of his but the sexy eyes of his intoxicated her with the love of his. It was a sensational evening and he chose to meet her. Little uncertain but he walked ahead with quick strides. She was in scarlet smiles in between the coffee sips as she saw him coming. He was alone. As he approached the home of her he looked up at the sky, the silver glow of the moon filled him with dreamy thoughts. She noticed a knock and met the eyes of his; her cheeks flushed red as she opened the door in the romantic ambience of the moon light.

He took the hand of her, kept a love note in the palm of her and was gone. She got lost for some time. He often smiled without a curve and it fascinated her. Freedom to love isn't always tolerated. Love is usually nipped before it is able to blossom. He just knew it was infatuation and stayed quiet. Her family was pleased as it was the nuptial knot time. Detailed horoscope studies had been done. They were overawed as the horoscope believed that the groom would come from the western world. It was a question of great concern for the traditional family members. It was cross examined once again and once again to find the cures for the very best appropriate groom and compatibility.

She desired to spread the wings of her and soar higher but kept hitting against the gilded cage sides for the benefit of society norms, conservative traditions and happiness of the family. The final horoscope solution was finally announced. It stated, balancing the west with the east and keeping the effect nullified would provide the very best benefits but warned that the groom from the west might possibly seem whether the nullification grew weaker. And she got married with a groom from the eastern countryside with the market configuration which worked probably the best.

She was a mild autumn rain, a gentle star which shines at night. She adjusted in the life of her. She didn't believe in horoscopes. She realised that Astrology depends on the person carrying out the interpretation and like some other area of knowledge, there are actually bad and good interpreters. She's much and calm concealed as she listens to the audio of her personal silence. She's subtle standing on your own in the fears of her. As time passes by her fears grow stronger, the fog so thick she is able to barely notice. Oh, how her Western groom haunts the dreams of her; with a gentle voice and a completely different frame.

Her heart beats endlessly pondering on what remains as a mystery. The fragmented pictures in her brain shows her how he fights his personal despair. He kisses, whistles a song and breaks the silence of her. He steals the soul of her as he tenderly murmurs love words into the ears of her. She dreads whether he seems and says "Can't go back now". A situation she knows, she cannot handle. Will she accept him, when he eventually comes? Though her pain requires a warm embrace but she builds a wall around the heart of her. She's bound in chains caught in a mystery. No one understands but the look she uses is empty. Perhaps she nervously and unconsciously awaits him.

This's a writing depending on a true life story which depicts how the lifestyle and tradition might interfere in serious life choices and leave a person in melancholic's regarding the future incidents of his/her life. Realization of the same will help educated individuals come out of these double standard practices. This story is going to help the people figure out how some conventional norms of the conservative families might spoil the life of their own sons and daughters.

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