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When Fate Played Its Part

Yesterday, o2 feb -09, i met my best friend for the first time, and here it is, what happened then..

A beep of phone and her position known
Walked I, past the crowd, behind her I reached.
Stood there, she, innocent, meek and mild,
Dressed in violet and white she stood
Near the post, listening to the beats.
The naughty look on her face, and smiles,
There stood my best friend, so close so near.

Hindrance all along, fate playing its part,
So close so near, and yet can’t talk...
Watched I, my best friend talking to her sister…
Occasional glances at me and smiles gifted
A humble listener she made to the instruments
Smugged at me at times and again smiles,
I read the happiness in her face…


Motionless I lay, content at heart, I saw her!
Yet a pain I bore, couldn’t talk to her...
Sat at the yard, I, watching the elephants,
The crazy kid in her, wondering and photoing…
Crossed I, her, gently walked past and smiled...
Happy and smiling I was, yet I could not smile at her...
Hindrance and fate still kept us apart…

Sat I, adoring her innocent looks,
An affection I possessed, a sisterly affect for her…
She walked down to me, so close and touched me...
Failed I to look at her, and sadly she walked...
Read I, her mind, walked and followed her…
Walked I, in the shade, and in the shade,
Not letting her sister to see me..


At the fare around the place, she reached, so did I,
Grown up, yet a kid there I saw in her…
Wandering and chatting, smiling and pleading…
Buying the balloons and laughing innocently,
Wondering about the things in display there, and
Again, occasional glances and smiles at me...
I too winked at her, bearing the pain…

Lost her trace in the midst, and then the phone beeped
“I am returning home, and I miss you”
stood I there, and said to myself,
“I too miss you kunjavaee…”
A drop of tear from my eyes, though smiling I was,
I couldn’t talk to her, but I saw her and watched her…
Love you my best friend, and the love is forever..

2 Shared Thoughts:

Ayesha Parveen said...

Nice one, Shravan. Hope you get the chance to talk to her soon. Best wishes.

Shravan RN said...

@ ayesha,
thank you, and we talked :)

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