Our journey..

Crying to leave the parents behind, for school we ended up making such friends that now it seems hard to leave behind them for going home.
It seems grey.
It sounds dull.
I feel dumb to hear that we are already the alumni of the school.

Just a few days back it was we shouting at the top of our lungs that we won’t leave each other ever.
Weren’t we?
And now?
Not even wanting to we’ve left.
We parted our ways unknowingly.

Is that what is life?
Then I better don’t have one.
Is leaving a routine you’ve been following since 12 years behind, a change?
Then I better don’t experience one.
But that’s not something we can control. Is it?

They say, change is the rule of life,
But how does one adapt to these changes?
Isn’t there a rule book for the same?

Oh, I want you back.
Come lets go and sit on the last bench.
Maybe we get our friends back?
Maybe we get a chance to eat hiding in our desks once again?
Or perhaps scoldings of the teacher.
I am ready for it.
I am ready to take all the abusive yet funny words.
Come let’s scribble on these desks the names of our friends.
Come lets once again relive our school life.
If only we ever could.

Goodbye for now and forever.
I hope you remember me for long. If not long, just till I am alive.
It is hard but there seems no way.
A last one…
A very goodbye.

It’s been a long day, without you my friend,

And I’ll tell you all about it, when we meet again.

We’ve come a long way, from where we began,

Oh, I’ll tell you all about it, when we meet again.


I miss singing sugar loudly in between the class.


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      1. Love you too Babe…Sugar song was introduced to me by a good friend of mine and I instantly fell in love with the song …itna ki agar woh friend jo ye gaana muje recommend kiya tha woh mere saamne hotha tho mein usse chuma hi de detha😘.

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      2. Acha bachu…tumhe mein 12 saal nahi 20 saal dhoongi….try talking our language fairly like a pakka South Indian….this time I side with Aishu totally…. 😏. At least we try and talk too . I bet your tongue won’t roll enough to pronounce our words.

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      3. Who told Hindi is taught? It’s just an option those who want can choose ,just like tamil, French, Sanskrit etc. Only those who take Hindi learns it. Anyway it’s different learning a language as a subject and using it as a communicative language .
        Many schools teach English too but how many of us can talk like an Englishman .?

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    1. These are the platinum years of my life. Dare you say gold.πŸ˜†πŸ˜‚
      Thank you so much for reading, Urvashi.
      After a long time that I saw your comment. All right?


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