A Rhyme – For the Rhythm of School life

Dear readers and fellow bloggers, “A Rhyme for the Rhythm of School life” is a joint effort by Chiru and Anamika at remembering the glorious and nostalgic evergreen School days and the growing up stage. This is our first collab and we immensely enjoyed doing it together. Hope all of you enjoy this and remember the glorious days of yours too while taking this trip with us..

Chiru as you all know, is an amazing blogger and have been inspiring other bloggers and readers with his inspirational posts and the ever helpful Health tips. His popularity among the readers is evident by his blog’s reflection on us. So please visit his Inspire&Change and enjoy his ever popular posts.

Thank you Chiru, for this opportunity to do a beautiful collab with you and for a beautiful walk down the memory lane.

 

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A Rhyme – For the Rhythm of School life

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A walk down the corridor, of the memory of my school,
Gives me the best moment of my life, and I like the feel, .
I came as a tiny little girl to this institution,
Which laid down so much in me along with the basic constitution.

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As the weather warmed up, entering the new class in excitement gave me Β immense joy.
Stepping up the ladder of education one by one, along with games with favourite toy.
Fragrance of new uniform evoked a relaxing effect,
So does the new class room induced the cheerful effect.

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The smell of the textbooks, still lingering,
The fear of exams, still frightening,
The sweet Shelly being read out in class,
And there among all, the child in me grew into a lass.

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Every day home work, haunts me,
Playing cricket every evening saves me,
News watching, most irritating,
While Shaktimaan excites me stay in touch with television,
As the years passed, childhood faded away into the past.

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All the happy and sad moments of high school,
The pimples and the giggles between the girls,
The words unspoken remained within the walls,
The pressure of growing up mixed with the feel of a fool.

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As the teenage begins, the Stressful school work Startles,
Regional level sports opportunities starts..
A blossoming smile from crush helped to sail through evening extra classes,
From starting to end teenage was a mere excitement and experiments with the life,
They say these are just another two years, but those are the best memories of my life…..

Chiru & Anamika

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Author: anamikaisblogging

Uhmm! What do I say abt myself. Love to read, write, watch tons of movies and loves music. Educated enough to enlighten a few things to a few some who shows the interest to listen. This is me in a nutshell. Will let out little by little, like the cat out of the bag. Ok I think it's time to let out one more passion of mine, which I as much love as writing, and that is cooking. Trying out different new recipies with a slight variation added of mine makes my culinary skills a little adventurous cuisine.

90 thoughts on “A Rhyme – For the Rhythm of School life”

  1. Thankyou for this. It is lovely. You took me back too. I
    I loved my school days. Well, the later ones, between 11 and 18. Ican still smell the smells. Especially the smell of gas from the gas taps on each desk in the physics and chemistry classrooms. And the memory of dissecting sheeps harts in Biology. Oh yuk! Lol. The rest was okay. Oh, apart from hockey and stuff. I could never run fast enough lol great write here. Thankyou for sharing it with us.

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  2. While I didn’t go to school in your region I believe most of the emotions are universal not necessarily some of the memories like the smell of textbooks unfortunately today children will not understand but they may vibe with the beep of the computer or the shine of the iPad. I definitely could feel the cricket match since I played for a few years

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    1. Haha…so true. The feelings are always universal regarding schooldays and childhood. Yes the new generation might never get a chance to have the life we had. But we are glad you could relate to our work and especially the cricket game. Thank you so much.

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  3. Aah, I am nostalgic. Since day before yesterday was our last day at school to study. Now we have holidays, then pre boards then a week at school just to enjoy in classes and then again holidays and then finally boards.😭😭😭
    Wonderfully written. Moreover yesterday after the Christmas celebrations were over at school Aishu gave me a small box of dosa and molgapudi thenI came home and relished it. I will miss my friends.

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    1. Haha… Oye Shreya kudiye…at last the dosa and the molagapodi. Glad to see you dear.
      So, you are already missing your friends and the school..and of course your bestie too.
      Thank you Shreya for the wonderful words. All the best for your prep of exams. And when you meet Aishu nxt convey my love to her. Take good care Sweetheart…

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  4. For Chiru,
    First of all, I would like to congratulate you for this wonderful Colab with her. This is a mesmerizing poem that is filled with glamour of rhyming words.It indeed reminds us of the best phase of our lives. Those were the days that nobody can forget. She has added her finesse & the blend with you made it the best. There’s a flaw & I will tell her to rectify it.
    Hope you both will Colab more often and serve us such delicious things . In one line, I enjoyed this thoroughly.
    Hope you like the way I gave my feedback now πŸ˜‰

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      1. This was a formal one actually, do u like this type or my informal one? πŸ˜‚ Waise India vs Aus test 1-1 hai, kya lagta hai India k chances ka, kuch khas nai khel Rahe hai vs depleted Aus😐

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      2. India wale over confidence me hi rehthe hain jab ek match jeet jathe hain… I don’t think they really prepare for the next match once they win the first one.. lets see how it goes..

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      3. Ohh chiru tdy I watched this YouTubers video, the one which I told u earlier.
        Yesterday he uploaded a video & explained the Rafale Deal – jo itne Dino se news mai dekh raha tha bt samj nai aa raha tha situation, isne with ease 15min Mai samja diya…
        Here is https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=f88jxfwZODU the link & watch it ask Anamika Also to see it once…
        You have a very good fan base chiru here so u can recommend his channel on ur blog…
        I don’t want BJP nxt year πŸ˜‚

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  5. FΕ™ Anamika,
    U hve written it like both of u were in the same school πŸ˜‚, I love rhyming poems & I can also differentiate the stanza written by u & him πŸ˜‰… Chiru the crush of cricket is just an amazing person, m glad u also find him exceptional.
    The poem made me smile ND I vas literally imagining my school days by reading each line. It is really true that on the first day of r schools we cry & even on the last day πŸ˜₯…
    I really want to go back in those days 😒…
    BTW one uggestion is that u should write little child or kid instead of that little girl. Chiru is not a girl πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‰…

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    1. Haha..that’s a compliment, that you felt we were in the school. That shows the gelling was good in the poem and the stanzas complimented each other’s.
      Yes Chiru is an.exceptional person..and there is no doubt about it as he was exceptionally helpful and supportive during the collab.
      Loved the way you have addressed the response..
      Glad you got reminded of your school life and those golden days.
      As to your suggestion to write a child or kid instead of girl.
      We wrote as our individual memories of our school life and joined together in the poem. So i did write as a girl and he wrote as a boy.
      Sadly we didn’t do schooling together, which gave us our individual memories of our school life, but the missing of school life was mutual which brought out this lovely collab.

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      1. Ohh u have given a very generous rply , ya it is very good idea & the Colab is also lovely.
        Hmm, actually it is common fr everyone institution & constitution πŸ‘. He has not written the word boy anywhere, so it looks odd one out.
        U can include little one if u don’t like kid or child πŸ˜‚. So which one of my feedback do u prefer ur or his ?

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      1. I know bt that one is common fr both of u & little girl makes it look odd , little one, kid or child will be universal πŸ˜‚… It is okay like this also 😁

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    1. Haan, how true…koyi lauta dhe bachpan mera. Wishful thinking, isn’t it? Thank you so much Krishna Priya for the visit and the response. Glad you liked the picture jamming between the stanza.
      Only happy to take you along the trip down the memory lane.

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  6. Great work the two of you! Nice collaboration.

    my school days became a pretty famous local movie “Puberty Blues” … written by my elder brothers classmate and younger brothers friends acted in it … so all kept local πŸ™‚

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  7. Loved the way you and Chiru did a colab…personally I’ve changed three schools and I haven’t been stable in a particular school so the concept of school and the memories are very close but not so of great weightage. I had to ask whose line was this, “The smell of the textbooks, still lingering,
    The fear of exams, still frightening,
    The sweet Shelly being read out in class,
    And there among all, the child in me grew into a lass.”

    Dil aagaya ji is line pe toh….bhot accha likha hain…opening that new textbook felt like unboxing a gift. Every new chapter seemed to be a layer of covering of the awesome gift it was. Thank you for reminding those days. Also, Happy Christmas Eve both of you!

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    1. Thank you Piyush….you are always liberal with your words of appreciation. It being a joint effort let’s say it was a jointly written stanza…the memory invoked of the text book is so satisfying all crisply covered with brown sheets. Your way of always mentioning your favourite lines…are really wonderful, it always encourages the writer in us….
      Thank you once again for your frank and truthful response. Take care.

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  8. Congratulations Chiru & Anamika for this joint effort & lovely way you presented…..simply ,each one of us go into the nostalgia of our school days once we complete reading this wonderful post.
    Rikindled the memories !
    Enjoyed reading. Wish you both make many more collaborations.
    “Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory”
    unknown
    Who doesn’t cherish the Group photos at the end of each year ?
    ( Do you still have some of the photos and you remember the names of your class mates ?)

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    1. Oh ya…the group photos since kinder garden still safe in the albums, all credit to parents. Ya, seriously this brought out so many good memories and both of us having wanted to do this for sometime now.
      β€œSometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory”
      unknown…
      This is so rightly and aptly told Sri…
      Perfect quote for a nostalgic post.
      Appreciate your lovely response and your dropping in.

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      1. I’m fine. Dad’s considerably better. He’s back in our local hospital (they’d transferred him to the state capital for a couple weeks) & is doing quite well. Still got some problems, but definitely on the mend.

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      2. That’s an absolute pleasant news on the new year…May God bless him with good health… and you and your family the strength to carry on. I take this opportunity to wish you and your family A happy and prosperous New Year…

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