“At first, it didn’t feel right.
Several times later, still ,
awkwardness. Lingering on.
then it prolonged ‘till I fell into the hole.
the one I’ve created. from fear.
The hands reaching out were dejected.
but the smiles given were there,
and I was reassured , outside the hole
was a good place.
All was too late.
I couldn’t climbed up. the hole became
one familiar place. it was my shield.”
I knew I became the invisible girl that I was in your last two years of high school.
but all the smiles and kindness (and understanding) all of you had for me , I was beyond grateful for them.
I wish you all millions of laughter and love in your days to come.
I wish you and your loved ones always with great and magnificent health.
May you never stop transforming dreams to reality.