Showing posts from June 10, 2007

The Open Door - one of my Spontaneous poems

The Open Door

The Door is Always Open,
Many Come and Go!
Leaving Bits of Memories!
Both Good and Bad!
Sweet, Bitter Sweet and Utter Bitter Ones!

The Door is Always open,
There were days I wished it was Closed!
Those days in Lonliness I spent,
Contemplating on my Life and Doings!
Wishing I could change the Past!

The Door is Always Open,
There were days i wished some would enter!
I spent those days in lonliness,
yearing for some friendly touch and talk,
But none were there and i Wept in darkness!

The Door is Always Open,
There were days i wished i had more Doors,
Then were the times i was revelling in friendship!
But some left to never come back,
Some slowly faded by their own doings or mine!

The Door is Always Open,
You are anytime welcome in Stranger!
I will listen to the stories of your life,
And tell you some of mine
Ans sk you - Can You Be My Friend?

- I wrote this little bit when i felt i was lonley, exactly to say at 2.00 pm on saturday, June, 2007.

On Lonliness!

Earlier, I used to feel so lonley. I was basically an introvert, who as a child used to run and hide whenever guests came to my home! I used to find it difficult to introduce myself and talk with them. This stayed with me almost till my high school!
But when i started my engineering college life in a place thats quite far away from my home, i had to interact with new people and make new friends -
i had to change myself
i had to get out off my shell
i had to interact with people
i had to lose the fear!

and i did lose it.

But making friends was always difficult for me.
If i made a friend, it was for life. But i was not making many friends and those i have made are still friends.
Then again i felt lonley!
Then, as a rule of survival of the fittest - i had to evolve - make friends...go out and make the effort!
I did!
I got a lot of friends and my days are not so lonley!!

i got a lot of pals through orkut -
I had joined orkut just for the whim of it an i found that there was a communityt called Desi par…