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You broke my heart
You took me for a ride
You showed me dreams
You meant everything for me
You never loved me
I still love you


H ❀



Spreading love and being grateful for everything God has blessed me with. Trying to persuade people to live a happy life and give more to society.

38 thoughts on “True

      1. oh, let us settle that right away…
        “gham iss qadr badhey ke main
        ghabrakey pee gaya
        Iss dil ke bebasi pey
        taras kha key pee gaya
        thukra raha tha mujhko
        badi der se jahaan
        main aaj sab jahan ko
        thukrake pee gaya”
        Sad enough? πŸ˜€
        Ok, that is from Pyaasa, not my own kalaam or anything.. Saahir.. not me..
        But hey, being sad is addictive… alright.. so stop being an addict.. πŸ™‚

        (When I drank my friend used to tell me, do not drink to drown your sorrows, sorrows are good swimmers, hehe)

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      2. Arey, what is this “man” “man” thing? Assein tussein lassi peeinsee… greek to me.. er.. punjabi to me..
        nee, talk to me .. not talk AT me.. πŸ˜›
        Hey, just kidding.. the serotonin overfloweth tonight.. πŸ™‚ No deep thoughts.. just being mindless and happy.. (That is how people are happy, ignorance is truly bliss.. and come on now, please don’t call this a deep thought too.. just a sunken thought.. maybe deep in that sense hehe)

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      3. Don’t you dare say that punjabis are badnaam… they are not… just think about it… have you EVER seen a sardar bhkhari?? never… never… always self-reliant, always self-respecting πŸ™‚ tuhada punjab, saada nahi, but saannu naaz hega (er.. whatever…)

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      4. No, certainly not, I know.. but what I am trying to tell you is the punjabi spirit.. I am sure not everyone is an Amrutdhari there, nor is everyone equal.. But what what I meant to say was that they are unique in the enterprising nature they show, the way they uphold their respect at all costs.. My friends were from Bilaspur, from Amritsar, from Chandigarh.. and lots of places around Punjab.. and I was always proud of them. The best friends I had, the most loyal I ever met, and no, not all of them were sardars, although they loved me best πŸ™‚ (Ha!! Madrasis are always fond of Punjabis and vice versa… hehehe)

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