Hypothetically Yours


Written for : Sadje’s What do you see # 183 #Keepitalive #Whatdoyousee #WDYS

For the first time, I dare participate in Sadje’s popular series and hope she does allow me for the same.

I have four different sets of four lines each pertaining to the Girl’s and  supposedly the boy’s ( not in the frame though the palm and the hand seem masculine) perspective, once assuming that the hands slipped accidently and in another one presuming it was done deliberately. All true lovers or best couples would forgive me for two stanzas which they would anyway loathe-

The Girl 1-

You left my hand, how does rest matter,

Better leaving the world, such a debtor,

But don’t forget, don’t make it worse,

Please don’t inflict on others, this curse.

The Girl 2-

You gave your hand, with strength and grace,

Through all the trials, you kept your place,

Though fate may not have been kind,

Your love and trust, will always shine.

The Boy 1-

For long, unwillingly I held on that tight,

Afraid of what others might think and cite,

But now I’m free, and though it’s hard,

I’ll follow my heart, no longer on guard.

The Boy 2-

Luck snatched your hand, a twist of fate,

A million wishes, it’s now really too late,

But in this world or the next we’ll see,

Together again, just you and me.

Good evening and see you next time.


Published by J M Negi

No experience only flair

14 thoughts on “Hypothetically Yours

  1. Sadje – I am writing to express my opinion, share my experiences and to maybe provide some insight. My blog is addressing women at 50 ( but men are welcome to read my posts) ,their issues and the questions that come up at this stage in life. I don’t aim to teach, but to learn together.
    Sadje says:

    These all are excellent JM. Love both the angles and the sentiments expressed are moving and genuine. Thanks for joining in.

  2. A great take on the photo 😊

  3. stockdalewolfe – Ellen Stockdale Wolfe worked her way through school, earning a BA from Barnard College, an MA in Special Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, an MLS in Library Science at Columbia University. She worked with autistic children in college and in graduate school. Ellen has Asperger's Syndrome and Bipolar Disorder herself and has written about her experiences of both and of learning to love. She took courses in fiction and non-fiction writing at the School of General Studies at Columbia. Ellen was able to work for 30 years as a cataloguer, specializing in her college major and minor, art history and psychology, at Teachers College, Columbia University, Butler Library, Columbia University, the Frick Museum and the New-York Historical Society. In 2000 she left libraries to become a Reiki Master and pursue her early interests in photography, painting, and writing. Her art work can be viewed on her web page: StockdaleWolfe.artistswebsites.com Her book about her experience of Asperger's and Bipolar Disorder can be found at: www.independentauthornetwork.com/ellen-stockdale-wolfe.html OTHER PUBLICATIONS Fear of Fusion, the featured article and focus of Psychoanalytic Inquiry, vol. 13, no. 3, 1993 A nature column in the Millbrook Register Herald with the byline, Under the Black Birch from 2005-2010
    stockdalewolfe says:

    Thanks for the email. I couldn’t follow your directions on the phone so went to the desktop and am making this comment to follow you. Usually there is a little button on the lower right but not on your blog. Or at least I can’t find it. Anyhow…

  4. Aboli Mane – Poet. Writer. Blogger. I post short reads, and poetry on A Writer In The Room. I published my debut poetry book "An Aster's Solitude" in 2019. Currently: Keeping this blog afloat. I write flash fiction and poetry on various writing prompts.
    Aboli Mane says:

    Two aspects of relationships, expressed so beautifully 😄

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