Written Words Never Die
Historical fiction – India
*** Copyright @ Eric Alagan ***
You sure do have a way with words.
A friend’s lovely words
Uplifts my feeble efforts
I am a mere pen
Thank you for your kind words 🙂
Lovely. Makes me think that someday I might fell a heart flutter.
One’s fluttering heart
Transports one to special realms
These moments are so filled with magic – words cannot always do full justice.
I hope all your wishes come true,
Most appropriate for Valentine’s. Hallmark might be interested!
Show love all year round
Love, not a retailer’s stunt
Keep your love unique
You spotted it right – this is a warm up for Valentine’s. And yes, Hallmark does come up with some marvellous words for all occasions.
Thank you for your visit and comment,
I love the pink bubbles and that already makes me heady.
I think it’s fate or destiny first, then come the eyes contact, follow by the fireworks.
Fate or destiny
Once love arrow is let loose
It will find the heart
I too subscribe to your thoughts. We’re players in a play already decided. The big question for me – who wrote the script? God? In one sense, yes. But it is more of a Chinese nested box, I reckon.
P/s I love the bubbly too 🙂
Yes the eye is a major contributor, but I read somewhere in the past there had been some scientific experiments which suggested smell was a major contributor so it could be chemistry in general. Obviously eye contact in a crowd is an important opener. Unfortunately, apart from chemistry, one may learn on getting to know the person they are incompatible as a lifetime partner. That’s when the head should click in to checkmate the hormones. 🙂
Smell, touch, taste and more
Many facets but eyes first
Head and heart play games
All you say is right. Perhaps that’s why sometimes Mr/Ms Right turns out to be Mr/Ms Very Wrong 🙂
I, too, remember such a rush of love, frissons of delight as I espied my future Beloved amongst the crowd, thrusting through the throng, ignoring bodies and limbs and cocktails in order to come close to my ethereal wonder, my soon-to-be wife.
You captured it all in three lines. I admire how you condensed such a heady feeling in so few words, a testament to your writing prowess.
Thank you for creating yet another alluring and compelling storyline. it spoke to my heart, and tonight will I turn in bed and give my love a lingering hug before slumber.
Take care, my friend,
Eyes see, heart flutters
In a crowd, loved one stands out
A special bonding
I totally share your sentiments. In busy malls, crowded cocktail rooms and anywhere with plenty of people – one tries to stand taller to catch sight of one’s loved one. And when the eyes connect – what a marvellous feeling that. Truly a private and special bond.
Enjoy your time with your significant other 🙂
God bless you and yours, my friend,
Feels like three lines of a story that are enough to understand it
Three lines can say much
Write life’s story in three lines
Three stages of life
I combined your two comments. LOL – sometimes like the mouth, the hand runs ahead 🙂
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