Frenzy with friends by Pragya Dwivedi


When your friends compete with your shadow for being the most constant companion, even the darkness turns golden.

Nothing beats the joy of having friends whom you can insult anytime and every time, but still keep them in the safest corner of your heart. They are like the moon on the full moon day, they will chase you everywhere and you can not ignore them (well, you dare not ignore them!!). They are also like the moon on new moon day, making you miss them in their absence.

So, here is a letter to my two such besties, who won’t let me forget them, and I won’t let them forget me!

Dear jerks,

Being BFFs, we can celebrate the turmoil
Cherish the saddening times, and
Remember each other till oblivion.
There is no standard definition of best friends, and if it would have been there, we three would have redefined it.
We are unstable as monomers, more unstable as trimers, but in the latter case, we are inert towards the surroundings.
We are different from each other, but what unifies us is that we what rejoice the most is the feeling of being ‘we’.
We have lot of shortcomings, have differences, some arguments and frowning expressions. But whatever, the best trio that can ever be for jerks like us, is the trio of ‘we three’!!


So folks, treasure your friends, because you are the one who can bear them, and they are the ones who can bear you!!

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