Drama of life

His debut on the stage of my life

despite the lack of any cues

was unmarked by errors,

fortuitous we would call it,

through missteps and different music

playing in our heads

we did manage to remain in sync

dancing impromptu and improvising

as we went along

our focus more on laughter than tears

fingers laced together to face all villians

threatening to change the story

believe me our chance together

would have been jeopardized

had we been handed a bound script to follow.

39 thoughts on “Drama of life

    1. Judy, please accept my heartfelt apologies. Your comment had landed in my spam. Since I don’t check regularly, I was aghast to see it languishing there for so long. I am sorry I couldn’t be of any help that day.
      I really enjoyed the story of the little bee!

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  1. Any relation should be spontaneous. Like I just read another poem and almost the same idea…Trying to confine love within scripted expectations always mars the essence. But one thing that troubles me is why should it be without errors. Shouldn’t it look beyond errors. Because perfect is nothing. Or is it that when you choose to overlook the errors, it becomes “without” errors. Just a thought.

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    1. Thank you so much, Sonia! I have written about the entry of the other person as unmarked by errors. But there are missteps which definitely means lots of errors were made. The villains in real life are the errors and mistakes! πŸ˜…
      I agree, life is never perfect. 😊

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  2. This is beautiful. Serendipity of two people coming together and dancing to the for the most part a melodious song amidst some once in a while crassness. πŸ’•

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  3. another lovely, romantic and yet profound piece, the best part of the drama of life is that the audience at the end is you, something that we all keep forgetting as we put on the show

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