Caring More Than She Deserve

He: Waiting Whole Day For Her To Come Online. She: I am Busy I will Talk You Later.   The Process Repeated Daily.Still The Boy Care For Her Love Her More Than Anyone. She Hurted Daily As Much She...

Finding her…

Curses were the only thing that seemed to make their way out of his mouth tonight. Rain pelted hard on his back as he ran through the storm. He slowed to stop and tried to regain his breath. Nothing was going right today. He yelled his anguish to the sky above feeling more than just dejected. “I will never forget when I first laid my eyes on you.” He thought. “Bored?”“Given the situation, it is hard not to.”“Why do we need to be here, again?”“Moral support is a powerful thing.”“Lily.”“Justin.” Everyone looked at him like crazy when he crashed the front door of the shop where they first met. The coffee shop was as warm and sweet smelling as he remembered. Its warmth tempted him to give some rest to his drenched body but that was not in one of his choices. The only option he gave himself was to catch her, before it is too late. “You are early.” she stated which sounded more like a question“It feels nice to have someone to wait for.” The street blurred around him as he felt adrenaline pump throughout his body. He blood burned hot as he ran out of her working place, she had already left. He heard the echo of his heartbeat in his head but this was not a time to feel light headed. His mind raced with other locations where she could be. He had to tell her that his harsh words meant nothing. He could take her yelling and screaming as long as he found her. “What are you doing here?”“Thinking.” “It’s getting dark, think at...

Team Work

A Team Leader in a software company conducted a game between his subordinates of thirty members. There are three levels in the game. Everyone was very much excited to play. First level is “Take one balloon each, blow it as much as you can, write your respective names on the balloon and then throw the balloon in a room and come back”. One of the subordinates shouted, “How will it be possible if you give such silly tasks”? Team Leader said that, “You can know that only after you try”. Everyone took one balloon each, blew it and tried writing their respective names on the balloon. None could succeed. Team Leader said to try again with extra care. Everyone tried and twenty five members succeeded. Second level is, “Go to that room and collect your respective balloons and come back”.  As this was the tough task for all, everyone tried for almost 15 minutes but none could succeed. Third level is, “Go to that room, take a balloon and handover that balloon to the respective person”. This level everyone could...

This is what they say…

“they say it is not how we make mistakes but how we correct them that defines us ,self realisation yes that is important they say” <3Change is the only constant, they say. But then, they say a lot of things too. Like how only and only scoring a 98 percent would ensure you a bright future, or that the sky is blue and grass is green. We’re told a lot of things and we get conditioned to them, but no matter how right some things are, on a very fundamental level, doesn’t it mean we’re guided the way they want us to think, act, learn? Perhaps for the better, but who knows?Introductions almost always suck. Because let’s be honest, how can you sum up eighteen years of your existence in three hundred seconds or less than six hundred words. You can’t, can you. The best you’ll get to is “I’m so and so from so and so city” and “I like to blah blah”, and the truth is, no one cares anyway, not at least you’ve made yourself get noticed.There will be ample number of times when you’ll feel that you’re inadequate, that you’re unworthy or simply not enough. You’ll even be dead scared. But you know what, here’s the little secret, take the leap anyway. And if you think it’s me telling you this, then no, it isn’t me. It’s my parents and seniors and experiences trying to talk sense to you. Because, somewhere or the other, we all are the best and worst at things. That’s how it is, accept it.But all said and done, keep your...

Hello!

While driving down the countryside, one often comes across towns which are too small to be noticed. He lived in one such town, surrounded by hills from all the sides. Though he always wanted to go out, he was not the strong hearted to do so. Hello!!!! Is anybody there??? He spoke with a trembling voice. Still no answer came from inside. “This is a bad idea” he thought. But still the curious mind of his forced him to go on exploring. Room by room he searched. But couldn’t find any clue what so ever about the disappearance of the missing child. He knew the risks of going alone. But the reward was too tempting to let go. So setting aside his inhibitions about the haunted house, he tread each step with utmost care and precaution. “What the……. Hey who is there?” he called out to what seemed to be a boy of approximately 10 years. No reply came back. Slowly he started to walk across the hall towards the figure resembling the boy. When he was at a distance close enough to see clearly, he pointed the torch towards the figure. What he saw next was something he couldn’t have imagined even in his worst nightmares. He saw himself, his own 10 year old self staring back at him but with a look so blank and empty that it would give sleepless nights even to the scariest of monsters. He stood frozen at his position for how long even he didn’t remember. Slowly the childish figure moved towards the left of the hallway into another hall. As if...

Broken

I smile, But I want to cry. I talk, But I want to be quiet. I am Alive, But I want to die.