Saturday, March 6, 2010

The Lovers

O you have grown so stagnant, my love! No longer do you dance along the breeze like before, like when you cruised all the way from the silver hills to end in me, said the Sea to the River. It seems another era when you would rush ahead, nomadic and beautiful, flowing like a constant wonder with a song in your heart. You are no longer the labyrinth that you still profess to be. Indeed, you are changed; you have lost the charm of flow.

But if I wander, thought the River, why, I might melt into another sea.

The Sea does not spare such spiral thoughts. He would rather think that the river is now a lake.


  1. The Sea was never a river. He doesn't know how to be spiral! Even he doesn't know how to flow! He recollects the day when the River melt into him. Only then he saw the 'flow' and fell in love...

  2. :)


    but can i know whose the quote is..
    cudnt view the picture..