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The Soulful Girl

The Soulful Girl

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As Gianna Perada Quoted: “Some things scratch the surface while others strike at your soul”. This girl is indeed the later type. Her behaviour, attitude, understanding, sensibility, empathy and compassion; every minute character of her touched my soul. She is definitely not the first girl with whom I have an emotional bonding. But she definitely is the first soulful girl I have ever met in my whole life. She is just out of this whole league. She stands apart.


I still remember how she led our first conversation and made me absolute comfortable with her. It was a cheerful and enjoyable conversation. She was giggling, laughing and making funny gestures with her face. The way she opened herself up with utter modesty touched my heart. The kind of genuineness and lively character that she exhibits whenever she speaks is a very rare and unique quality that she possesses. Being the youngest one among my siblings, I have always felt the void of a younger sister in my life and may be this is the reason why I had an instant connection with this girl when she addressed me as brother. She never restricted or confined her actions just to the point of calling me as brother. Indeed, she loved me, cared for me and at times scolded me just as a sister would do. She even sings song for me to cheer up my mood whenever she finds me upset.


Affectionately I call her Chutku. Chutku is not her real name. It’s just a name that I uttered spontaneously in reciprocation to the way she pampered me with her loving gesture. Chutku is just another word for younger one (often younger daughter or younger sister). It is her loving gesture which made her my Chutku. She always loves being called “Chutku”. Even though she happens to be my younger sister, she always takes care of me, guides me and helps me through my problems as if she is my elder sister.


I always loved each and every detailed character of her. She may seem a little old fashioned as far as her dressing and her outlook or mindset is concerned. But that never bothered me and to be honest, her subtle and traditional clothing style even in this era of ultra modernization has always been my personnel favourite thing about her among other unmatchable qualities. Her smile, her kind words, her listening ear, her honest compliments and even her smallest act of caring can easily turn around anybody’s life.


She is undoubtedly very beautiful even beyond just her looks. She is beautiful for the way she acknowledges others emotions. She is beautiful for the way her eyes sparkle when she speaks about something that she loves. She is beautiful for her ability to make other people smile even when she is sad. She is beautiful for the way she brings a peace of mind, a gratification and a sense of pride to my soul with her unrestricted and unconditional love, affection and respect.


She certainly is a Soulful girl. Having the presence of a girl with a golden heart like her in my life as my younger sister is far most the best thing that has ever happened to me. We may not be related by blood, but there is an emotional bond between us which only death could break. She will always be my Chutku.


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