Against the luring and equally romantic backdrop of a setting sun radiating out colours of devine fire, they both were at the Kumar Mamgalam park, hand in hand.
Time was moving fast, yet they were firm like two very close, sunkissed mountain peaks.
People were all around and everything could be clearly seen and that's when they made the bold move, they kissed, kissed against the values of their religion, kissed against the law of nature.
They feared none and went along with their passionate ways, making out in the open, against ethics.
It might have been impossible for them to even think of being so bold and shamelessly ignorant defying every so called perceptions of normalism. But that night, that bloody night changed everything. They killed themselves, dedicated their souls to each other, ditched their bodies. Now their souls live together forever and free from the bounds of ethics, religion and normalism, their bodies converted into ashes.