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The old bookshop

Updated on October 15, 2015

We found

each other

looking for the same book

in an old book shop.


Though we never found it.


It was

good enough

a

reason

to meet

again.


Another book shop.

Two strangers

who never

came (to know)

the ending of

story.


They

were

too

young

to

see

'Good-bye'

song

never

lasts

for

more than a few short breaths.


They chose to

play the characters,

did

what

they're

asked,

and

left

the rest

to

last chapter.


The Last Chapter.

Could it have been different from the beginning?


We invited

each

book store

in the city.


We're

not just

in love.

It was like

love

being

made out

of every

little thing,

we touched.


There comes a part

in

every story

when

you

find things

turning out to be,

how you want them to be,

what you want them to be.


It has nothing good about it.


It's like

the

'sad' old part

where

the writer

plays down

or

becomes

too good

for

his own cause.


The old book store never lied to us.


We took a chance

by going to different places.


If we cannot find love

on first occasion.

We do not find it

at

all

other moments

created

afterwards.

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      smga22 5 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh

      Great Job. Excellent Hub.

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      Rajan Dhir 5 years ago from Delhi, India

      @smga22

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      Martin Kloess 5 years ago from San Francisco

      interesting

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      Rajan Dhir 5 years ago from Delhi, India

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      It is great to get your views on it. Appreciated. Thank you.

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