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Aug 2015
Ever since I was a little boy, my mind romped with the idea of a happy ending with a  forever love.

17 years of age, In my heart I knew, she was my  forever. I found someone I believed to color my gray skies.

To make life worth living. All I got was pieces of myself barely holding together.

Everybody told me after a while, things will heal.

But it's never really you that came back together. A frail shadow of a shadow of who you used to be.

Then I tried loving someone else, but honestly the kinda of love I had doesn't die.

Her simplicity, her graceful subtle beauty.
Becomes unmatchable like God.

I felt a beautiful pain. Like a pilgrim to God.
A incomparable devotion.  
I surrendered to madness.
To a endless iridescent limerence.
Cibin Panicker
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Cibin Panicker  22/M/Kerala, India
(22/M/Kerala, India)   
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