I had been waiting for this day all along the 4 years of Engineering. It wasn’t the college I wanted to join in the first place. It wasn’t a place I wanted to be in. I didn’t like it. I had bigger dreams. I wanted to breeze through the 4 years somehow so that I could get out of the place. That was what I thought all along. But when the day finally arrived, I felt like I wasn’t ready. I didn’t want to leave yet. I wish I could stay just a bit longer.
Those laughters we shared, those friends we made, the fights, the patch-ups, the last bench memories, passing chits during lectures, trying hard to control our laughter when someone from the gang gets caught in the class, the trips, the fests, part taking in the competitions, my group, the parties we had, the secrets we shared, the games we played, exam times, late night studies, last minute preparations, eagerly waiting for results, pulling each other’s leg, those seminars we dreaded and the final project demo. I couldn’t believe it all had come to an end. Even though that is exactly what I wanted always, or so I had thought.
I hadn’t realised when I had fallen in Love with the place and the people there. The place had become very special to me, without my own knowledge. But when I had realised it, it was already too late. It was the last day of college. They do teach us so many things in college but they never teach us one important thing – how to handle our emotions! How I wished I could stay a little longer and relive those moments again!
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Until the next post,
Keep Smiling 🙂