School Life


Lived here one of the notorious days,
Memories in oodles are piled up if to be recalled.
From polishing the shoes with white chalks,
To those corridor walks.
Me and my friends grew up.

Fear of getting caught in the exams with cheats,
To waiting for the teacher to turn up with marksheets.
To praying that PT day should not be a holiday,
To moving ahead in our life on our way.
Me and my friends grew up.

As I got up giving the last paper and left the exam hall,
12 years of my school life flashed back,
And the memories entangled me,
Slowly the bag felt light and the uniform felt light,
But at one point my heart felt heavy,
Me and my friends grew up.

From acting as a teacher on Human Rights day,
To being a teacher of ourselves.
Me and my friends grew up.

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