Dear school

Dear School,

Frankly speaking, I hated you on the very first day I joined you. I cried and begged mummy not to send me to you. You made me cry years long forcing me to attend you daily.

Your schedule irritated me the most. The homework, the tests and the exams were a torture to me.

Although you added titbits of fun too to that boring schedule through picnics, fun and enjoyable activities but I still considered you a burden.

Years passed, you became habitual to me. I started enjoying you.

You taught me the lessons of sharing, friendship, morality and brotherhood.

You provided me a platform to express myself, to learn new things, to get in touch with new people and their experiences.

You developed in me a spirit of healthy competition. You awarded me for my good deeds and built a new me. You helped me evolve each day, each second.

Then, you were like my second home.

“Gradually, we became best friends. I didn’t realize when this friendship turned 12. You gave me priceless happiness and the memories that will be cherished forever.”

Gradually, we became best friends. I didn’t realize when this friendship turned 12. You gave me priceless happiness and the memories that will be cherished forever.

Then each day I eagerly longed to enter your building.

It was just like other mornings, I woke up, stood on my feet with the confidence that you developed in me in the last 12 years, to get ready for you but suddenly realized that you and your schedule were no longer a part of my life.

The building that had always been a boring place turned out to the most beautiful one for me.

So, yes, the previous day was the last day to attend you.

You left me crying again.

The only difference was that the first day I never wanted to attend you and today I never wanted to leave you.