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A zephyr of wind serener than sea.....

I met her at one of her parties....
And guess what I was invited without she even knowing me.
This is how you meet people when HE wants you to.
She was this classy girl, no messes,no air,but still a command which she carried always.
A typical Army girl with a Delhi background .
So,a deadly combination. And guess what,she was a cancerian.
And I don't have very fond memories of Aquarians-Cancerians budding friendships.
hahahaha
But opinions are meant to be changed. Chalta hai...One should not be rigid. Look who's saying.
And story goes on. Spent time with her off and on. Busy I am as always.
She went abroad for her MS. And never completed it.
WHY ? In this world only 4 people know about this.I don't intend to share this.Sorry.
So what's the bottomline - She's no more in this world. And I seriously sometime fail to believe this.
She said always -
Life comes in packets. You have to cut it . If you cut it the right way you'll get "that" desired gift.
If you don't then it'll be torn.
What she meant was YOU HAVE TO CUT IT . You have to bleed ....you have to suffer....because then only you'll realise the value of achieving something.
We live in a strange world . Strange people, strange rules, procedures and even stranger LIFE.
Huh !!
Never to cry because excess of salt is bad for health.she said always
Will not miss you but will hate you for going so early.
btw-she had sent my birthday card way in advance.Thanks.

Comments

Niharika said…
Liked this post very much....reading it 3rd time along with 2 more.

Just one question?
What if every time you the cut the packet in the wrong way? And every time you suffer?
Karan said…
@Niharika - Why is it that "you” need to make a first move? Remember it's not always advisable to go for a market entry strategy .That apart; there is no wrong or right way. It’s the way your heart desires and the mind follows it. Suffering is optional. Remember always, live for those who yearn for your smile.

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