Love is when you buy Mogra ka Gajra, matching bangles and Avomine!

Tina Acharya thanks the love of her life for his unspoken but unconditional love, in this entry to the 'I haven't told you but I have noticed' contest

Tina Acharya | Posted on 07 May 2016
Love Is Remembering To Buy Things The Partner Forgets But Needs | Bonobology

Let me tell you, I haven’t told you so but I noticed…

The “Mogra ka Gajra” you often buy at traffic signals

Hiding that glimmer in your eyes by not looking at me

To see some sparkles on my face as my eyes dance with glee

I haven’t told you so but I noticed…

That extra strip of “Avomine” in your wallet

That often I forget to carry while we travel

To deal with my queasiness, nausea and upset health

I haven’t told you so but I noticed…

When you truss the straps of my chemise

Even when we are in the midst of a bitter fight

You unconditionally lend a hand to help me out…

Let me tell you…

I haven’t told you so but I noticed,

Whether it’s charging my power bank

Or getting a matching bangle for my new outfit…

The little things you do are real trinkets in my life…

 

  

Tina Acharya

Tina Acharya is a blogger, social and political observer, lifestyle-issues writer and an aspiring author. She loves movies, badminton, nature and is a poet at heart.

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Mira: Aww! Such a lovely read.

Rajat Poddar: Yes, the little things matter hell of a lot. Everything important is an accumulation of them.

Team Bonobology: Yes, Quality of care is a major factor in a marraige. Wives are generally less satisfied with the care from their husbands. That’s because men, especially older men, have not been socialized to be caregivers in the same way women have, and are less comfortable in that role. So showing care in any method is a bonus in every marriage :)

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