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Hollow Love!



He was bald, bent and black;
She was brown-eyed, beautiful, but blind;
Love blossomed, despite the bothering differences.
Her blindness is curable, said the doc
She wept in joy; but he in sadness, for the differences might bother them now.



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  1. Nice one but raises one question.Is love based on appearances and not on other qualities?True when she gets her vision back,there might be some disappointment but should be overcome by love unless it is hollow as you rightly said.

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