A Cute Love Story with Shravani
On July 14 Aug 2017 I was heading to Bangalore with my dear friend. I never thought this journey would be one of the best journeys in my Life. There are three reasons for the same. First, this was my first long travel with my best friend. Second, it always liberates to travel. Third, I met a girl whom I never able to forget.
As I was in conversation with my friend about Life, Technology, and everything around us. A girl grabbed my attention. She is used to look at me. I started to look back. Our eyes just met for a moment. We didn’t see each other for another hour or so. She started to have food. Me too had food. Thanks to Indian Railways catering for best service.
She was naughty yet cute. She played with herself. Everything around her excited her. She was beautiful inside out. Everyone human is beautiful in her eyes.
By next hour, she glanced in again. I too glanced. It was like hide and seek of peeking. We both were willing to see each other but not wanted to know the other one. As time passed we felt that we should open up. Our peeking turned into smiles. She had the most innocent smile ever. I fell for it. The girl with whom I found my lost Love. The warmth and love shared by this girl were incomparable.
Hide and Seek:
As time passed by I asked her name, She uttered “Shravani“. What a beautiful name.
She felt close to me. She moved from adjacent seat to the seat in front of me. More smiles. A lot of happiness. She chose to play Hide and Seek. “Close your eyes” were more the innocent words I heard from her. I closed my eyes (behaved so, to make her happy). She used to hide a Bisleri water bottle somewhere she would think I couldn’t find. Most of the times I knew its hidden place. Sometimes I bluffed to make her win. Sometimes you have to lose to make your loved ones to win. It is the time where Love becomes more important than winning.
Later we did some ‘Water bottle orchestra’ to enhance the vibe. We didn’t care about people around us. That is how the fun is.
Wondering, who she is? Here is a quick snap of her.
Even though I had DSLR with me. I didn’t care to take it out and capture her. Moments with her were the best. I didn’t want to embarrass her or her parents by taking a photo and lose connection with her.
As the train was about to reach Yeshwantpur Jn. Her family asked her to leave. She didn’t want to go. So do I. But sometimes in Life we have to let people go. Thanks to railway crossings. We had some more fun while she was standing near mine seat. I told her W stands for Window of seating. Then asked her, what does M stand for? She vocalized as Mouse! Everyone laughed. She didn’t care. I asked what A stand for. She uttered Apple! Innocence at its best.
I wished that journey would never end. But may be most of the beautiful things in Life are always short lived!
Dear Shravani, Wishing to meet you again. Miss you. Lots of Love.