It’s you we will miss…

7 days from now we would not belong to year 12. We’d be in year 13. We’d be stereotyped to be the ‘tough ones’ and it would mean the last year we get to spend at school. The place where we grew up, shared our pains and joys, laughed, loved and where we felt home. While we move on to year 13, the present year 13s would leave school. Eventhough I’ve never had a serious conversation with any one of them, they have always been there in my mind… I’ve never thought about it. It’s hard to think about how things would be without them. My friends may not quite agree with me but I wrote this poem for them, as a goodbye note… and in the meantime, I make a Peter Pan wish to Never Grow Up.

After all this time, after all the memories,
After you knew our joys and all our worries,
Should you leave already? Can’t you wait?
This comes purely from love, not hate.

The braniacs, the brilliant ones, the singers,
You were all special, in some way or another.
It’s true we were prejudiced and hatred ignited
But after every fight, we always reunited.

Just yesterday we laughed at ourselves
And believed in beautiful fairytales.
We knew this was coming but never thought of it
Just like we believed you until we were hit.

You tried to look cooler, we fought back,
We provoked you, and you did attack.
But we held hands at the end of the day
And then came March, April and May…

I can’t look at you now in fear of breaking down,
Together the 12’s and 13’s were a kind of our own.
No matter what we said, no matter what we did,
We loved you, and it’s you we will miss.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. THunder a.k.a Amruth
    Jun 13, 2012 @ 01:41:30

    πŸ˜€ YOU LIKE THEM? πŸ˜›

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  2. ziris94
    Jul 11, 2012 @ 17:24:21

    Hey sorry i haven’t been here in a while….haven’t been on wordpress at all actually. Nice to be back though. Love the posts πŸ™‚ Keep at it LSGMH!!

    Reply

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