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A friend who never bothered to be a friend………


“Life is like a cocktail, but I will serve it to you with my mock-tale.”

So, here I go with my tale while you enjoy your cocktail…

I had a friend “Kekda” (that was the nickname given by me to “K”). He was with me since sixth standard. A very sweet, soft spoken person who was there anytime to lend a helping hand. I enjoyed his company because he always brought a smile on my face and it felt good to be with him (after all who does not wants to be surrounded by optimistic and cheerful people). I remember clearly, never ever did any of my friend wished me on my birthday (because it was during summer vacations and all went on for holidaying and relaxation), but he always wished me and has never missed even a single birthday till date (though now others have started wishing me thanks to online networking sites, but it hardly makes any difference).




All seemed to be a smooth ride till last year. Since he opted for science stream in eleventh standard we got separated. I somehow was able to sense that this friendship might not survive the tide of time but I just prayed to god that no matter what it may be we still remain as good friends. I tried my level best to keep up with the passing time, but all efforts seemed to be futile. It didn’t really matter if he wasn’t in my class, but I wanted to keep up with the interaction like during the lunch break or at time of dispersal. But as it is said that one cannot clap without two hands, I think in my case also the other hand was missing and that was of “K”. My frustration and anger started building up when I had to wait for him like 10-15 minutes even after the dispersal outside his class with my other friends , but he never showed up as he found a bunch of “hip and hap friends.” Not once, but it started happening frequently. Finally, I knew it was all over. Though we never had any fights or arguments, but I think time has its toll on everything. I remember, I used to wait for my cab alone at time of dispersal and he used to stand there on the opposite side of the road enjoying a hearty treat of ice cream with his new found friends. I felt bad that he still couldn’t realize what he was heading towards.

It is said that there are certain things which are not under your control and may be I was expecting too much out of him that ultimately this friendship had to go off. Maybe he had started thinking that being with me would make him ” less happening ” just because I was a nerd ( or a padaku as everybody called me, but I never felt bad , rather I pity on them because they missed on every learning opportunity that the school life offered ).

Today, his exams were over and I too was online but he didn’t even dropped to say a “hi.” I cursed myself for saying someday that he was one of my “good friends.”

“K”, if somehow you are reading this, maybe you will understand me. I forgive you for whatever you did (may be you were right or may be I was expecting too much), but today I also give you my other hand for a clap to end this friendship with a small prayer in my heart to almighty to give you success in all your ventures in life. Amen…

So, your cocktail is finished and my friendship has ended virtually on this blog. I guess there are certain friendship which are never meant to blossom, but I thank “K” for always bringing a smile on my face.

Bidding Adieu To My Alma Mater :Part -II


” What the caterpillar perceives as the end of the world , the rest of the world calls it a butterfly “.

The thought of leaving the school seems so unconvincing in its own way .  But the institution  where I entered as a tiny tot fourteen years back has finally bid farewell to me. Every good thing has an end and so does school life. I really don’t know how life is going to turn out for me in the next five years , but I just pray to god that whenever I look back I have someone waiting for me with open arms and still remembers me , longs to meet me and has the same affection for me ……and I think that will be my school.


Thank you is too small a word , but I think I can never pay in the same coin  for the unconventional care and  love my school has given me.

Now, leaving aside the emotional part of it , I had the  farewell party -the much awaited one by all curious readers and blog buddies .Well it was all goody-goody. We were given away momento’s , hand made cards by our juniors and the citation where our class teacher spoke about every student. It was indeed very  touching. And then of course the party in the evening was  hell rocking 😛 . We even got to see some moves of the teachers as well .

So that was about it. Finally school is over but before that I have left a treat for you all in form of a token of thanks and appreciation to my school-Apeejay , Pitampura for making me what I am today.

Enjoy!!!   😛  ( credit entirely goes to both “S” ..if you are reading this …..for helping me to prepare the slide show )

PS- All images in the slide show are copy righted to me .