Sunday, May 16, 2010

Bye: the easiest word to say

splitscreen wave hand
The feeling is amazingly overwhelming. You think how its gonna be from tomorrow without these people around you. And hardly have you thought enough when you want to withdraw from the thought because it is painful. But you know you must think about it today or tomorrow.

You try to remember how it was when you said bye the last time. You suddenly remember that how you did not feel anything till after a week when the feeling sank in and then you felt asphyxiated by it. You had then wished that why did this feeling not come when i was around those who I wished adieu without feelings.

As they say "be careful what you wish for, for you might just be granted your wish". This time the feeling sinks in when you are about to part. You realise the part each and everyone plays in your life , suddenly. You know that you are going to remember the people when you hear songs that are automatically associated to each of them individually by your unconsciousness. Then you won't be able to hear those songs for few days and eventually would not be bored by those songs even when played in loop for the whole day.

These thoughts could never ever be described and they try to blow you up from inside. your body resists blowing up with your throat feeling the pressure lump, but your eyes give in and the tears leak out. Then you begin to part and you are worried because you don't know what you are going to do as the last thing between you and your friends.

Suddenly the word comes to your rescue naturally. It eases the pain and makes your parting just another among the infinite partings in the universe's time and space. Bye and a wave of hand. It's so cliched yet so apt.

A hug , a "bye" and a wave!
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11 comments:

Novacaine said...

I remember you humming all those songs. Bye gujju :(

PS: The pink heading rocks :P. So suits your blog :P

Piyush said...

amazingly written and also nice layout, really loved both of them

tejesh kinariwala said...

@ranke: pink?? is it appearing pink on your screen? O dear god I have changed already

@piyush: thanks yaar ... kya kar raha hai ghar pe?

Nikhil Sheth said...

They said your speeches were eccentric, but to me they were quite natural! it's been a great time having you with us in jpku tm! bye bye!

PS: u still have to send another iitian in... ;)

Novacaine said...

@ Yeah Piyush - we all know you love the color pink...

Piyush said...

@kinari: pata nai ghar par to kaise hi time nikal jaata hai, sote hue khaate hue...

@ranke: i may or may not like pink, but you were the first to notice the pink color. none of us really noticed that :P

sakshi said...

For me its always late sinking in that happens...Slowly I now start missing DHD :(...

Really nice blog anycase...It surely was difficult to leave friends, and in those difficulties one realizes what the word "bye" can do!..hehe

tejesh kinariwala said...

@ nikhil: thanks nikhil, toastmasters is one of the best things to have happened to me during my stay. thank you very much for that.

@bhatti: poem likh yaar is baat pe to. DHD ke saath PhD rhyme hota hai to use karna :)

"Amrit Singh Saini" said...

your blogs are maturing...!! I hope you never mature... please don't!!!

tejesh kinariwala said...

@ amrit: i need to yaar amrit...but don't worry i won't :)

jatin said...

@Kinari: So have you matured?