Posted: 26 May 2011 at 11:46am | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Kanky-I would like to believe, loveliest Neethi that people can ruin themselves under the exposure of their diminishing hope of love. Love gets subsided amidst our efforts to build a wall across ourselves, and what is left is indeed the pain love caused and the wound it punched into your soul. The love is fading away whilst Panchi's efforts to show the world she is heartless. The protective sheen that a certain somebody you know creates around herself is for the same reason, deep down we all know that as we try to layer up our interior, the root of our problem dies but we have to forever long be under the exposure of the repercussion. Panchi did not move me, she is just cheated but I understand her thought process well and I do like her. However, she does not have to prove herself heartless, with her increasing weight, she might not be needed to do that real soon anymore!
Kabeer has his reasons for being with Tee, I guess. And Kabeer never fetched love too, that is sad. Bifurcation of the mankind puts across the man and the lady, a heartbroken lady will put in hundreds of efforts to heal quick and never fall prey again, a man is most likely to leave his wounds open, and unlike a lady, he would not even now wish for somebody to descend the heaven and heal them!
I like your post, lastly.
Kanks, so well put like always. They say that the walls we build around ourselves to keep the sadness out often keeps out happiness as well. In a quest to protect herself from further heartbreaks, she may lose out on true love of someone whose heart actually beats for her. It's going to be a sad situation.
Again I agree with the Kabir part. We, women, mostly like to talk about our problems and things which bother us. It makes us feel lighter and better. But men, they're way more complex than we give them credit for. They like to just go in their caves, brood around for a while but in the end, they don't like taking help and advice. They prefer solving their problems on their own than talking about them. Kabir will never share what he feels about Pia as easily as Pia shared what she felt about Abhay or Panchi about Danish/Sid.
Thanks for liking and replying to my post, Kanks. As always, your interpretation was a pleasure to read (: