Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Transformed Love Story!

There was this married lady, who never really has it jolly with her husband. She was a quick-tempered, and vituperative screw of a lady herself but she discovered that her husband was a more violent and unforgiving man himself. He complained bitterly about his wife, and being given to violent tempers and vengeful assaults, he never bat an eyelid to descend heavily on his wife at the slightest error or provocation and would mercilessly beat health out of her bones. The wife would often end in hospital with fractures, still frothing to kill her husband for his perceived devilry and wickedness. After a spell of unabated, reciprocative assaults and troubles between the couples, concerned neighbours advised them to seek divorce. Knowing both of them still secretly loved themselves, but could not really fathom what the difference was between them, they were both reluctant to consider divorce, and yet knew they could tolerate each other’s presence enough to engage in another fight! 

At long last, this pummeled but unconquered lady heeded an old friend and paid a clandestine visit to an old seer and diviner. She narrated her ordeal and for a long time thereafter, the blind seer was silent and thoughtful. At length, the powerful diviner discovered the embittered lady wanted a dramatic physical remedy with a dramatic result. He knew the lady would not consider any advice for change of perception, manners and attitude but a strong, medicinal potion, he proceeded to give her a supposed mystical substance. Unknown to her, it was a mere school chalk ground into a powder. The seer asked the lady to make incisions on her knees and lips, and then rub in the magic substance. He strongly warned the lady that the magical, potent charm worked stupendously by pressing the incised lips together at the face of provocation and bending the knees to kneel on the ground. He warned in stern terms that whenever she spoke or served food to her husband, her lips should be pressed together in muteness while she knelt before him. If he for whatever reason got angry and uttering spiteful words of abuse, she should also quickly do the same for the magic charm to work. He told her the magic should definitely take total effect of placidity on the husband within five days of diligent application. The lady profusely thanked the blind diviner and left. 

At home, the lady would dutifully and diligently kneel down at every given opportunity in a reverent act of submission to offer food to her husband, place his bath, greet him and conscientiously attend to him in the house. If he happened to criticize any thing or scold her for ineptitudes, she determinedly kept sealed lips. With time, the husband started to notice his wife’s gradual change into a dutiful, submissive and reverent wife. She became very conscientious in home-keeping, and would never utter any word of reply in disrespect or flippancy. Her sense of servitude and profound honour became so adoring and overwhelming that the husband thought an angel must have done a miracle of conversion on his wife in her dream. 

In fact, he believed his prayers for a peaceful home had been answered through a sudden miracle. The wife also noticed within some days that her husband had become more considerate, never complained anymore and stayed more at home. He even bought some new dresses, took her out on dates and parties and flirtingly courted her all over again. They became a very happy couple noticeable to their bewildered neighbours. One night after an episode of lovemaking, the wife softly showed her husband an envelop she found in his pocket while doing his dirty clothes, the fulfilled man discovered it was a letter of divorce he had secured but forgot to implement on his wife since her transformation. He tore it to shreds and lovingly cuddled his adorable wife. They were so happy to have learnt their lesson through the episodes of the difficulties and problems they have gone through. They were not only happy, the neighbours were even at peace. They had a better understanding of what marital trials and understanding should be, and they were so happy.

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