Saturday, 9 February, 2008

Some things just don't need a title!

In exact one month from now, we would be tying the nuptial knot! There was a time when we both had not even met each other...and still it seemed as if we knew each other so well. At that time I was waiting for my Prince Charming to meet me and sweep me off my feet...and now, I am waiting for him to make me his princess!

The following lines were apt and true then...the following lines are apt and true now also. It was dedicated to him is dedicated to him now also!

We both haven't completed this poem...coz certain things are better left unfinished...forever...

Initially strangers we were,
Overtime became friends dear,
In spite of the unknown fear, my heart is going through...
A feeling that is very early, very strange, very beautiful!

The wait is becoming long,
The bond is growing strong,
It doesn't seem any more wrong, that we are savouring...
A feeling that is very early, very strange, very beautiful!


Mez said...

Awww so lovely. Do we get to see you as a bride?

Anonymous said...

Cute indeed.
and my heartiest congratulations to you :-)

~PiScEaNaTeD~ said...

someone's smitten.. :)

Nidhi said...

:) I'll try putting up a pic...though I don't wanna promise!

@the scribbler
Thanks! Welcome to my blog! :)

haha...abhi ka toh yahi haal hai...aage aage dekho hota hai kya :D

sandipta said...

"is shaam se mera kuch is tarah dostana ho gaya..
mera zindagi se zindagi bhar ka yaarana ho gaya.."

All the best!

Scribblers Inc said...

oh you must be like so happily married now....why dont you start writing again??

Scribblers Inc.

PizzaDude said...

Hey!! Thanks for the comment on my blog :)

Congratulations on the wedding!

In response to your comment on my blog, I haven't been in Bangalore since the past 1 year. So I don't have any idea of any new and interesting places that would have opened up. But amongst the ones which existed when I was there, you should check out -
1. Tandoor (North Indian)
2. Bombay Blue (Lebanese, Mexican and Indian)
3. IndiJoe (Awesome continental lunch buffet)
4. Bombay Post (North Indian)
5. Little Italy (Italian)
6. Shiok (South-East Asian)
7. Sahib Sindh Sultan
8. Mast Kalandar
9. Gramin

If you want to try out some local fare, visit any darshini. Most of them will serve a decent Idli-Vada-Sambar. In particular, visit Adiga's or SLV for lovely south Indian fare. Another local dish to try out is 'Bisi Bele Bath'.

PizzaDude said...

You are welcome and Thanks for all the compliments!

Will let you know the next time I am in Bangalore. :)