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Sakhi: The Memoir

Sakhi: The Memoir

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A memoir is mostly Best friend of introverts

And she is one of those.

She met Sakhi in eighth grade because she had a dream to make a memoir in which she would be

Telling all her beautiful life moments only.

Alas, things began to change after twelfth grade.

Her bond with Sakhi is explained in further poem.


From the first cup of tea to going to college,

sakhi had always been there with her.


Sakhi was now so much close to her that

Through her writing, she could read her mood.

Though she needed that Sakhi who would give her opinions, but as you know introverts are experts in adjusting themselves in any situation

And so was she.

From getting low Marks in maths to having an argument with parents everything was being

Told to Sakhi.


Some new crushes of her to the back bitching of some of her friends she was non-stop reporter to Sakhi.

And when sometimes she used to get super emotional and cry in front of Sakhi, even Sakhi

Couldn't help her but used to bury her precious

Tears in between of her pages.


For some time her life was only limited to going to college, studying and spending time with Sakhi.

But one day, unfortunately, Sakhi was being lost

And she was very much restless, she couldn't understand what to do, for 2 days she was very sad.

One week passed and when one day she was coming back from college one guy came running to her and gave her Sakhi.


She was Blank for a moment, tears running through her eyes, got emotional and hugged that boy.

And that day for the first time Sakhi was feeling

Jealous from someone.

Maybe there's a new entry of someone in her life.

Everybody needs Sakhi in their life but this Sakhi is a lifeline for some special ones.



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