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Pain of Unrequited Love

                                                              Pain of Unrequited Love

Agony of separation, failure, unrequited love,  is felt by everyone once in a lifetime. This feeling of hurt enables humans to feel the deep loss and hence realize the worth of some things and people alike. The thumping heartbeats show that the souls are crippling. It is only when you are completely in flames that you rise to master the pain. To look it in the face and adamantly assert that you are stronger than the hurt inflicted, it's just the ashes of past now, of which there is no remembrance. Turn your wounds into wisdom.  Time doesn’t heal emotional pain, you need to learn how to let go. The pain of parting is nothing to the joy of meeting again. These little pleasures compensate for the cruelest of hurt. You can spend your life wallowing in despair, wondering why you were the one who was led towards the road strewn with pain, or you can be grateful that you are strong enough to survive it. Everyone has the fire to defeat it, it's just the ones igniting the spark at the correct moment.

Pain, it burns you, every moment of your conscious living. It consumes you to mould the shape in a more withstanding position. Every dreadful moment builds the character into an explosion of the negativity and the reincarnation of a better life. This hurt disentangles the soul into shreds of nothingness only to rise in a volume of hurricane. This anguish prompts to not feel so much and yet feel so deeply that no situation becomes overpowering. The agony of living to the torment of death is the delectation of being alive

-Shivalika Singh


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