Last Update: 31 Mar, 12
The Dialogue is a heartwarming story telling blog that spins tales brimming with love and life. I believe, we are all born for love. It is the principle of existence, and its only end. Romance has been elegantly defined as the offspring of fiction and love. You’ll find it galore hidden in every nook and corner of this blog.
Come, let’s get into the dialogue and fall in love with life once again…
I voted foy you, voted for me thanks and visit my blog kisses :)
Just went through your blog & couldn't resist myself to write a little message.
Very nice writings. Specially 55 fiction, of which I'm a big fan. The Wait & Victim are great.
There goes my vote to you! :)
You can check mine & stay connected!!
Thank you Manish :)
…thank you for the friend add…I’m now following your blog, and voted for you too…
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Thank you Guru :)
Hi Chatterbox! I so love your profile pic! :P
Thank you :)
Voted, followed and added you. I hope to see more of your blogging and networking with you. Have a great day. Thank you. Francisco
It's a pleasure knowing you Francisco :)
You are such a romantic! You will hold run a torch for anyone who's given up on love. You will have a rallying cry for reconciliation and unseeing devotion in the midst of unrequited love.
It is best to let go of a beloved when he or she has fallen out of love with you. It just seems natural that people come in and go out of our lives. When that happens, don't tie a rope on the object of your affection because he or she might suffocate and die of bewildering angst. Yes, just let the person go and leave. If he is really carved out for you, come tragedies and storms, he will return.
Thank you Kim for your wonderful words :)
I am absolutely delighted to hear from you :D
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