It was a resplendent morning. Dawn was just breaking over the horizon, tinting the skyline with a reddish-golden hue. Birds were chirping excitedly as if they had sensed a particularly piquant environment. I dialed the number and waited for her to pick it up. Just like the first day of our brief encounter, she was late in doing so.
I can say with certitude that all the previous episodes of my life’s drama may have been a benediction in disguise. Thereupon, I decided that I needed a companion. A companion in whom I would confide, one who can understand me properly, one who will not reconnoiter my background with prejudice or disdain, and above all, who will be there for me throughout.
‘All that glitters is not gold’, And not everything is repugnant within our own threshold. There may be a thousand reasons to be sad, But there’re also countless causes to be glad.
The phase of life that was synonymous with innocence and brevity – isn’t it beautiful? The whole world appears to be warmly welcoming when observed from a pair of inexperienced eyes. There is excitement in the air. People avidly watching us would be mesmerized – every now and then they would exclaim at our trivial mistakes – “Aww! Isn’t he/she cute?”
“Et Tu, Brute?” Caesar himself was dazed The apparent betrayal that now blazed – An honourable companion showing his true attribute, Is deafening enough to make one’s conscience mute.