Wednesday, March 4, 2009

tHe Untold Story - Part III

She went back to hostel after that incident. We spoke regularly after that. One day I came to know that she had caught fever. Knowing her, I assumed she must not have visited the doctor, so I personally went to a doctor and got medicines for her. I visited her hostel in the noon and advised her to take the medicine. She seemed to be surprised and was very grateful for it. I noticed that she had lost more weight than ever. I wanted to take her home. But she wouldn’t listen to me.

She came home during Diwali. This time, the storm within her had calmed down and she seemed more composed than before. After much insistence from my friends, I decided to tell her about my feelings. I was scared but nonetheless, I had to tell her this time before it was too late.

I was in a very good mood indeed as I could hear her laughing and cracking PJ with my sister. I assumed even she was in a good mood. I was waiting for an opportunity to be alone with her again and to reveal my feelings for her. I wanted to tell her that I loved her more than anyone .And that I would never let any tears come in her eyes. I would bring her all the joys and happiness, which she deserved.

It was evening by the time I got her alone. She came out in the veranda for lighting the lamps. It was a perfect star lit sky and her cute face was shining like the lamps which she was lighting. I also started helping her by lighting the other lamps and started a conversation with her. After few random tit-bits, I told her that I loved her. Initially she didn’t react to what I said. I assumed she didn’t hear. So I repeated myself again. I love you Sneha. She stared at me for almost sometime. And then she started laughing. She assumed that I was joking with her. When I convinced her, that I was really in love with her. She just told that she never saw me that way. She considered me as a very good friend and there was nothing more to it. I stood there dumbfounded, not knowing what to do next.

I messaged her later that night. But she never replied. I cried that night. It seemed to be the longest night of my life. She went back to her hostel next day itself. I felt guilty for causing her more pain.

I never saw her after that. I missed her a lot. I received a new job offer in another country and I moved on. From my family, I kept hearing about her. I wondered whether she ever thought of me or even remembered me.

Today I write this, as I would be visiting my country after three long years, I wonder how she would look now, and would she still talk to me? I don't know....yet

Love
Naveen

P/S : Dear readers, that's the end of the "the Untold Stories" series. Hope you have enjoyed it.

PPS: Hey there is a fourth and fifth part to this, its on request from friends and bloggers!!

29 comments:

NE~ISM said...

This is another blog today that has pretty much Wow'ed me! Poor Naveen!

He loved her so much and could never have her! I don't know what else to say but this also happens a lot..I have been in the situation where I guess could have similarities to this story...

An unspoken word is sometimes what is best for you to see that nothing is going to happen and it also heals faster knowing that that person is so far out of reach for you to ever consider a relationship with!

Tho I wished they could have tried to remain friends!

I really enjoyed this trilogy of yours!

Ne

Charmed One! said...

Hmmm its sad if the story ends now...
I hope there will be a fourth party for this story :) ...

Abhishek Khanna said...

this dialogue " hum sirf acche dost hain" or " main tumhe sirf ek accha dost samajhti hun" has spoiled the lives of billions of men in this world..phew

Lancelot said...

phew finally ya patience has given you the gift, I told you the third part now of the very beautiful story...hope u liked it and shed tears...

Lancelot said...

i know what will be your reply "Well written story Lancelot, very touching story lancelot, I remembered something in my life which happened exactly like this" (you know what I mean I guess)

americanising desi said...

ohh that unspoken word...
my heart is aching!
i hear it breaking!

yes yes it is i... the all time charged up woman...
and so you can make me bleed too

:) but i thoroughly enjoyed this!
makes me miss him too!

BrownPhantom said...

This might sound dumb : Does the story end here ? :)

mayz said...

sneha go to naveen!!! he loves you a lot!!!!

i dnt like these kinda sad endings...reminds me of my life :(

Akansha Agrawal said...

One sided love hurts... a lot!

Onthewingsofadream said...

Its not very often you find people reciprocating love .....
good one , and I liked the Diwali setting ...

Its nice that the guy still thinks about her when he is returning home after long time ...

tell us the 4th part

moi said...

@Nehya : I am glad you liked it.To remain friends with the one you love, its quite a difficult task.

@charmed one: Hmmmm i thought of ending it here.

@Abhishek khanna: yeah very true lolz:)

@lancelot : So did you shed tears?? I am sure you have gone through the similar situation

@seher : I am glad you liked it. It hurts to see the past pain.

@BrownPhantom : Yes it ends here :) and it wasn't dumb to ask that.Thanks for dropping by.

@mayz : We dont get always what we want, huggss

@akansha : yeah very true :)

@onthewingsofdream : I was thinking of ending it here. :)

Lancelot said...

yes I did but in my 7th standard though,...

moi said...

@Lancelot : any particular reason for that mr.handsome?

Lancelot said...

same story i loved a girl who loved someone and then she broke off with that someone and wen i proposed she rejected me - just tat she was in my school (th std) and I was 7th std then :((

moi said...

@lancelot : oh that's bad, but wasn't it too young to propose and reject at that age

Lancelot said...

i dont remember whether its in your blog or charmed one's blog I told about my first proposal to my LKG class miss when i was in LKG?? for love- age no bar...

moi said...

@lancelot : ok ok you seem to be flirting at a very young age lolz :)

Arnav said...

eagerly waiting for the 4th part..
:)

moi said...

@arnav : This is the ending of the Untold stories series.

(¯`•._.•[Raaji]•._.•´¯) said...

ahh... pretty good. but i would interested in knowing what happens now that 3 years have passed ;-)

Lancelot said...

Very young age is an underestimated statement :P

americanising desi said...

the past ........................ two words..
lock up!

Ghazala Khan said...

Interview Request

Hello Dear and Respected,
I hope you are fine and carrying on the great work you have been doing for the Internet surfers. I am Ghazala Khan from The Pakistani Spectator (TPS), We at TPS throw a candid look on everything happening in and for Pakistan in the world. We are trying to contribute our humble share in the webosphere. Our aim is to foster peace, progress and harmony with passion.

We at TPS are carrying out a new series of interviews with the notable passionate bloggers, writers, and webmasters. In that regard, we would like to interview you, if you don't mind. Please send us your approval for your interview at my email address "ghazala.khi at gmail.com", so that I could send you the Interview questions. We would be extremely grateful.

regards.

Ghazala Khan
The Pakistani Spectator
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Lancelot said...

Wow congrats girl...on your interview....

Chronicwriter said...

i feel sorry for nav...

nice write up... i had this great wow expression..

and congos for the interview too.. way to go..

www.chronicwriter.com

moi said...

@seher : why the past??

@ghazala : yes I will email you soon.
thanks for dropping by

@lancelot : thank you, I just saw it.

@Chriz : Glad you liked it, and thank you dear

Sakshi said...

Lovely...!!! Beautiful woven words...!!!

moi said...

@Sakshi : I am glad you liked it :)

aZoed said...

it's beyond me... WHY do girls have to end it by saying..."I never saw as more than a friend... a very very good friend"