Society

I listen…

I don’t have money to help them with their livings,

But when I passed by their house, and when they greet me with huge, welcoming smile on their faces.

I smile back and sit for a while.

Sometimes
I play with children and teach them the how to count and summation and minus.

and

Sometimes I listen to their problems and I tell them how their life is healthier than so called socio-animals living in the city.

Yes,

I listen,

All I have is time to invest.

I don’t have money…

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I am not able to fit in your society

Hi..I am a boy who is pursuing his bachelor degree.
In short, I am collegian.

I want to tell you that, I know I am not able to fit in your society,

Perhaps because I can not afford costly cloths like you do.
and may be I can not afford a expensive bike like you do.
may be I can’t afford a cigarette of rupees 25 or 35.
and I know, I am not able to fit in your society,

I can’t date a girl who wants to eat in costly restaurant with some romantic music.

I know I am not able to fit in your society, and I accept it.

But even after accepting and saying all these things,
You will make fun of me, when I take out the same old shirt from my cupboard and try to wear it, considering it as a classic fashion.
I do not know why you laugh at me, when I drive my old bicycle for my fitness. I know I am not able to fit in your society.

I can fall in love with a girl but she can’t satisfy with my Vadapav I can afford.

I am telling you again and again that I am not able to fit in your society,
and I want you to stay away from my society.

A society where I do not ask anyone how do I look?
A society where a monotonous job has out thrown my skills and dreams.
My society where I have to check rate-card before giving order for food.

But I am happy in my society, because I accept everything.
It makes me sad when you throw garbage of your luxurious thoughts to me.

So please,
Don’t throw it over here.
I know, I am not able to fit in your society
but please don’t spoil my society.

~ Written by Abhijeet Mehta. (Thank you for pouring your heart in it.)

(Translated by Keval Gohil)

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