You are my north star
I and all the class fellows were asked by the presenter to close our eyes. Today there was a presentation in our class, as an activity the lady asked us to imagine of our graduation ceremony. She made us imagine the ceremony from the beginning to the end. I saw, you were there Ali Farzan in the hall. But you were not sitting with the guests, you are not suppose to be using a chair now. And I was very sad although I felt your presence. The feeling of loss was far superior to the gain.
Previously whenever you were with me in a function I was happy. I was happy because of your presence Ali Farzan. Your engagement, your interest, your adjustment to the environment-all gave me joy. We were not used to talk to each other much in a function. You usually found friends or made new friends and then you were gone. My role was just to keep an eye to ensure you have not gone outside. I was used to finding you running, hiding, giggling, sweating and enjoying the time. That was my enjoyment also. And I was unable to imagine you doing all this in my graduation function.
I imagined how will I feel in that function so will certainly not opt to attend it. The same imagination made me more determined to complete the studies as soon as possible. I do everything for you, all my struggle is to give you pride, satisfaction and joy. I want you to be happy one more time. I will do anything which can give you a smile, a giggle and shinning of a star in your eyes. You are my north star.