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Title: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: MIKELIGALIG.com on July 23, 2012, 09:43:49 PM
A Very Sad Love Story
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: balong on September 18, 2012, 12:30:54 PM
 :'( :'( :'( :'(
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: Lollapalooza on November 20, 2012, 05:24:57 PM
Gf: Babe, kita tayo. San ka?

Bf: Teka tapusin ko lang shot

Gf: Nag-iinom ka nanaman?

Bf: Saglit lang to matatapos na..

(Dumating ang ibang barkada, Napasarap ang inuman)

Bf: (Tiningnan ang cp, puro text at missed calls, inoff nalang cp, kunwari lowbat)

(11 pm ng natapos ang inuman)

Pagdating sa bahay lumapit ang kuya nya at sinabing..

"Tol, may tumawag dito! Muntik na daw ma Gang Rape ang GF mo, kaso lumaban kaya binaril sa ulo!"

Di nakayanan sa narinig, nanghina at napaupo.. Binuksan ang cp at binasa mga text ng GF nya..

"Babe, San ka na?"

"Bakit nakapatay phone mo?"

"Babe, natatakot na ko. May sumusunod sakin mga lalaki."

Napaiyak sa huling text...

"Babe, Happy Anniversary. I love you."

Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: Pikoy on November 20, 2012, 07:07:24 PM
ohh.. :( natak matkaro.. :'(
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 20, 2012, 07:13:35 PM
aw, mas importante man niya ang inom.  natuman ang mas importante.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: Pikoy on November 20, 2012, 07:26:31 PM
sad love story

I had three friends. Eric, Cathlyn, Carol.
Eric was chased by all the girls in our high school.
Cathlyn was one of those popular girls. Cheerleader, sexy, and stylish.
Carol was just one of those plain and average girls .
Cathlyn and Carol were both totally crazy and wacko over Eric.
Cathlyn didn't have to do anything to attract Eric.
For she was already attractive enough.
Carol on the other hand, showered Eric which love and care.
Carol wasn't ugly at all.
In fact, she looked sweet and pleasant.
But she wasn't a cheerleader, she didn't were spaghetti-straps or tubes.
So like everyone expected, Eric chose Cathlyn.
For Carol was just one ordinary and plain girl.
While Cathlyn was labele d as the cool and attractive type.

Eric always insulted Carol.

Telling her what a 'Plain Jane' she was.
And how dumb she looked.
Which obviously made Carol feel so hurt and useless.
That's life. Carol never gave up though.
She wanted to prove something to Eric.
She wanted to prove that looks aren't everything.
She studied hard, really hard.
She became the top girl, and all the guys who once ignored her, chased her.

But she never forgot Eric.
Everyday, she put a red rose in Eric's locker.
Always with the same words.
'I care for you, and I always will'
Because she knew that Eric was facing a hard time.
Eric began to realise.
How dumb he had been.
His beloved girlfriend, Cathlyn.
Was flirting with other guys.
He regretted for choosing the wrong girl.

Cathlyn broke up with Eric later.
For she had found a wealthier guy.
Eric felt so cheated, stupid and dumb.
He went to look for Carol.
He knelt on his knees, and said.
"Carol, please forgive me. Do you want to be my girlfriend?"
Carol rejected him, much to everyone's surprise.
She only uttered these words.
"You've suffered a great loss, so I don't want you to face another one"

Eric felt disappointed.
He didn't understand a word that she said to him.
But they became good friends.
Did everything together.
Eric began to change into someone better.
Because Carol showered him with the love he never experienced before.
His ex-girlfriends had never treated him that way.
They just accepted him for his looks.
But Carol accepted him for himself .
She changed him.
Carol continued putting a red rose into his locker everyday.
With the same words. She never forgot.

One day, Carol didn't turn up in school.
She didn't come for a week.
At first, Eric thought that she was on a vacation with her family.
Because she told him that she would be going Hawaii with them.
But one day. He received a call from the General Hospital.
Saying that Carol was about to die.
She had been suffering from cancer.
But Carol forbade them from telling him.
Because she didn't want Eric to worry about her.
But now that she was about to die.
She wanted to see Eric for the last time.
Eric rushed to the hospital.
When he saw how weak Carol was.
Tears began rushing down his cheeks.
He whispered.
"Why didn't you tell me earlier? Why did you hide this from me?"
She looked at him . And smiled weakly at him.

"When I said that I didn't want you to suffer from facing another loss, I meant this. I didn't want to tell you because I didn't want you to worry. I wanted to spend my last days with you cheerfully." Eric looked at her.
"You can't leave me!" he said.
"What will I be without you?"
"You'll be who you are now. I will always be there by your side. Never forget that. Cherish those times. Live life happily. And one more thing."

"Yes?" "I love you" And she died. Eric screamed.
He still couldn't accept Carol's death.
He had only spent a month with Carol.

A month. But Carol changed his life in a way.
A way that no one could ever explain. He regretted.
But he knew that Carol would always be keeping an eye on him from Heaven.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: Pikoy on November 20, 2012, 07:29:34 PM
Sometimes We just don't appreciate those people who really care for us.
Until they leave us. Until we lose them. Then we regret.
Outer beauty doesn't matter; it's the inner one that counts.
It's better to tell someone how much you love them.
Rather than to not tell them and lose them without telling them.
You'll regret Love is. When we fight till the very last minute.
Just to show and tell someone how much we love them. ;)
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 01:51:39 AM
The 6 Most Tragic Love Stories in History

By Heather Whipps and Remy Melina

Bad Romance

Nothing makes one's heart flutter quite like a good love story. And by good, we mean tragic, of course.

Though Shakespeare's plays are littered with doomed lovers — unrequited passion and death makes for good reading, apparently — couples equally as star-crossed can be found in the world's history books.

These six heartbreaking historical tales from the ancient to more recent past are as sad as anything that has ever been conjured up in fiction. Read on for a trip through doomed romance history.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 01:54:57 AM
Artist: Lawrence Alma-Tadema

Cleopatra and Mark Antony

It's a love story so epic that Shakespeare saw it fit to be the subject of one of his tragedies. They met in 41 B.C. at the height of turmoil in the Roman Republic; she, an Egyptian queen, seduced him, a powerful (and already married) general, into a romantic and tenuous political alliance between their territories.

The alliance would prove sour when future emperor Octavian convinced the Roman senate that Marc Antony was power-hungry and bewitched by Cleopatra, declaring war on his former partner in 31 B.C. Both Antony and Cleopatra committed suicide during the war rather than be captured.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 01:58:22 AM
Artist: Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale

Heloise and Abelard

British poet Alexander Pope turned their story into a piece of classic literature, but Heloise and Abelard were in fact real, ridiculously in love, and doomed to a tragic end in mid 12th century France. Abelard was the girl's live-in tutor, 20 years her senior, and the romance so enraged her disapproving uncle that he had Abelard castrated shortly after they were discovered. Distraught, the lovers entered the monastery and wrote a set of now-famous letters to each other until their death, though they never met again.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 02:00:57 AM
Artist unkown

Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal

Ever heard of the Taj Mahal? The famous palace in India is actually the ultimate declaration of love, built in the 17th century by Shah Jahan as a stunning final resting place for his beloved wife. Mumtaz Mahal — or "Jewel of the Palace," as he named her — was the ruler's third wife, but he clearly favored her and was so grief-stricken when she died during childbirth that he immediately began work on the Taj Mahal. It took 23 years to complete the homage, where he joined her at his own death in 1666.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 02:03:24 AM
Artist: Ernesto Ferreira Condeixa

Ines de Castro and King Pedro

Ines de Castro became a lady-in-waiting for Princess Constance of Portugal in 1340 and quickly stole the heart of her prince Pedro, the heir to the Portuguese throne. When Constance died in 1349, Pedro tried to make Ines his lawful queen — they already had three children together — but his father the king intervened, banishing Ines and ultimately having her murdered when geographical distance couldn't keep Pedro away.

The act sparked a civil war between father and son and, when the latter claimed victory, Pedro exhumed his lover, built her a royal tomb, and had all of Portugal swear allegiance to Ines as their queen.
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 02:05:52 AM
Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

One of our more modern tragic love stories is just over a hundred years old and from an unlikely source — the British royal family. The love that Queen Victoria felt for her husband Prince Albert was as genuine as her 63-year reign was long, say historians, and his untimely death in 1861, 40 years before hers, devastated the otherwise powerful monarch.

Victoria favored the color black for the rest of her life and spent much of the last decades of her reign in relative seclusion. When she finally passed away in 1901, she was interred in their common mausoleum and had these words inscribed over the door: "Farewell best beloved, here at last I shall rest with thee, with thee in Christ I shall rise again."
Title: Re: A Very Sad Love Story
Post by: islander on November 21, 2012, 02:09:02 AM
Richard Archer

Andrew Jackson and Rachel Donelson

One of the most controversial first ladies, Rachel Donelson was married to Lewis Robards of Kentucky before she wed Andrew Jackson in 1791. She had believed that her ex-husband had finalized their divorce, but in fact, he did not legally file the papers until 1793. Because even a simple, clear-cut divorce was scandalous and highly frowned upon at the time, Jackson's opponents used Rachel's past against him during his run for presidency, calling her a woman of loose morals.

The stress of the mudslinging aggravated a pre-existing heart condition, and Rachel never got to see Jackson become president, passing away following a heart attack two months before he took office. Jackson was so shocked and grief-stricken that he reportedly clung to Rachel long after she had died, hoping that she would revive.

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