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Twigs of Love

Updated on January 8, 2015

Love nest of two owls

Welcome to the nest!

Your time is appreciated. You have done a great thing by landing on this piece of writing. So if you are here to roost, look down for loads of fun, in-depth detail pieces of love stories.

And so it unravels....

love is so cliched. same old stories, same old endings. Yet why is it that we still fall into it? The pitfalls await us, the fights, the tantrums and so on. And in the spur of the moment, this one fleeting gaze seems to make all of them go away. The heart flutters as if there are butterflies inside. Falling into that very cliché. The powerful pull of love will remain evergreen as if it is immortal.

For how will it stop when every person in this person loves one another? Let's call every relationship a twig, for the moment and delve into this further. A couple love one another and they get married. Their relationship gives birth to a child. The mother nurtures the child and takes care of the child. Showering her love, warmth,affection and caring for her own blood she raises the child helping to create one of the strongest bonds of love known to mankind. the father also takes care of the child and raises the child to be strong internally and externally to face the world. All these twigs of a couple's love and marriage, parental-child relationship stick together to form a family, or in the present case, a nest.

With a large population of 7billion people on this planet it can be assumed that millions of these twigs are forming per minute. Alright lets also assume that these twigs are breaking too. Break-ups, divorce, separation, death or any form of distance can put in these twigs. The marriage dissolves into separation and trials for child custody are present. the child begins to hate the parents' arguments and gets scared. Feelings of fear, terror, confusion and hate begin to stem.

So this should snap the twigs into nothing now, right? Here's the catch. It isn't necessary at all!

Why? Well, the pull of love is such that it enters the head and the heart as well. So not only is your heart occupied, all forms of logic and rationality can be assumed to influenced under its power. When feeling of hatred circulate around the child, mother or the father they give time to think and recall old memories. Strong extreme forms of hate still show remnants of feelings. They show disappointment, anger, frustration, sadness, violence. Yet beneath all of those, yes under all of those lies a layer of want. A plea of attention disguised by the anger, just to see that smile that vanished all those fights and tantrums. Be it love or hate, the extreme forms of feelings, the twigs can reform.

It might reform to form a new single nest, or to stay "twigged" together.

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      3 years ago

      Its really heart touching...nice effort (y)

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      4 years ago

      Very well written Wasif. I look forward to reading more of your work !

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      4 years ago

      Good Job! Loved it!

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      4 years ago

      Really good

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      4 years ago

      Good work bro

      keep up the good work :)

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      4 years ago

      I love the description. Deep. Very well written.


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