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Barred Memories- Poem

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Sahaj Patel

Hello friends, Sara here! 15 year old Sahaj Patel from Vadodara beautifully lays out what separating from a best friend feels like. Read about this bitter-sweet experience in her poem.

Sahaj is a student of Delhi Public School, Vadodara.

Barred Memories- Poem

A wave of nostalgia hits over me,
Like a huge tornado.
Sitting in the front seat of the old, rusty van
Brings back memories long forgotten of
My childhood friend.
Our banter to decide who gets to
Sit at the window or
Who has to ask our driver for a treat.
Our small feet propped on the empty van’s window, waiting,
Waiting for the other kids to come.
Our spontaneous decisions whether we want go to our own house
Or the other’s.
But there came a time when we had to part,
You see, she had to leave,
Leave for another school and another friend.
We tried to keep up with each other,
But that wasn’t to happen.
Soon the phone calls stopped.
We were in short, separated.
Now she got new friends, new memories, new social life,
But once in a while when we meet,
We are able to laugh and talk
As if we never did miss a day.

6 Replies to “Barred Memories- Poem”

  • Varun R. Patel

    Fantastic!!
    Bau j maja aai vanchi ne…. 😍 ❣

  • Dharti Shah

    Its superbly 🖊 down Sahaj ❤️

  • Kailash suthar

    True story of everyone’s life
    At least for once we all are gone through that situation

  • bhumika patel

    Very good.sahaj. out standing beta

  • Sahaj Patel

    ThTha you everyone for the wonderful messages!!

  • Annam venkateswsrlu

    Very very nice poem.

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