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Ugly Man and his Struggle for Love









Do you think looks play an important for attaining love? Do you think the world adores lovely faces and avoids the ugly ones? Do you think everyone is after physical appearance? Ugly Man and his struggle for love - is all about those silent nights, those unheard feelings, those misunderstood gaze and those misinterpreted touch.

Life of an ugly man is full of struggle. His smiles are never appreciated, his words are never taken seriously, and he dwells in loneliness in the hay days of his life. He is alone; he craves for that bit of love. He keeps gazing, he keeps feeling the distant blue sky.

He admires good looking couples, he thinks of having one. He walks alone, he eats alone, and he sleeps alone. His ugliness makes him shy and he hardly makes a social presence. His tears are felt by no one. His wet eyes searches for love in vain.

Nobody tries to understand the beautiful soul inside the ugliness. He becomes numb, he laughs without that heart of his own, and he is dictated by everyone in this world. An ugly man is alone, he wishes himself in his birthday, and he gets no appreciation for his works, his life just moves on. An ugly man has to struggle for love. His phone hardly rings. He never receives smiles. He is so very acquainted with harsh stares.

But life moves on…The ugliness is momentary, it’s like that waft of suffocating wind. He too feels life from within, he too meets his lady, and he too becomes successful. There is always a happy ending. Nobody is ugly, nobody is perfect, and nobody is unwanted. There is a special place for everybody…


23 comments:

  1. I liked the last paragraph. Nice story! :)

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  2. wow, good post! i like your writing...

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  3. Thanks Mehak for appreciating my write up :)

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  4. Anonymous5:47 AM

    Beauty is nothing without charm !
    Charm last over the years while beauty doesn't ...

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  5. The post is very meaningful. Expected an even stronger ending though.

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  6. @Anonymous...so true.

    @Zainab...Thanks!

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  8. Thanks Indli....:-)

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  9. quite true .......
    i think true beauty is from d hrt itself

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  10. Wonderful summary of perhaps what is the manner in which many many people think and behave!

    Very interestingly put!

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  11. Thanks Megharana and Rakesh :)

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  12. I think the ugliness may only lie within.
    Usually.

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  13. I agree with your last paragraph. I have seen people who would be considered conventionally ugly being popular - simply because they are confident, good conversationalists, witty, fun to be with ... this applies to women too.

    Also I feel grooming goes a long way in deciding how we see ourselves, if we truly love, like and respect our own selves - so do others.

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  14. Nice story, but in many cases the last paragraph never happens!

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  15. Nice and simple.

    Do check my blog at www.anonymoussingh.blogspot.com

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  16. Excellent post.
    Beauty is actually from the heart.
    Keep up the good work.

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  17. Everyone isn't lucky enough to have a good-looking face, everyone isn't lucky enough to have a successful life. Everyone struggles, everyone falls, everyone rises but the reward always goes to a beautiful heart. Ugliness is just a part of the plot and the rest is the story.

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  18. Hey Pallav,My first time here and i randomly choose this post to read.i like the simplicity of the write up.That's hard to pull up,i know!!I totally get the point you are trying to make.Like ugly people aren't beautiful?who decides whats ugly and whats not?we are used to seeing(well, hearing of them mostly) Greek gods and snow whites who have perfect facial and other features...if we were told that the ugly witch wasn't actually ugly and that she was the most beautiful women alive then don't you think the whole meaning of beauty would change??

    its so funny to think like that...even now if i carefully observe then it appears that my ears shouldn't have been where it is and the nose is too large for me or my chin is too projected or my hair is too messy ...cut my nose and see...what if we all were never born with one?? the most neat NOSE-LESS would be the most beautiful?

    what you said about people being souls and not bodies is the take home point of this post.thanks a lot...hope i get some inspiration to get over my half year long block...(and get over many complexes too... :p)

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  19. Thanks Narendra :)

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  20. Hi pallav,

    this is my first visit to your blog. wow!! this post is really a touching one.
    Loved it.. it is written with very deep feelings.

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