First day of college Hoping for a new change I stepped out of my car. It was time to step out of my boundaries too. Once my dad waved hands, Many questions kept popping in my mind. It wasn't an easy transformation. Not from school to college, But from village to city. Though I pretended to be bold outside I was afraid inside. Afraid of being judged. It wasn't new to me. I got used to it. But still I believed I would meet people who accept me as myself. I believed in me. I believed in life. As I stepped into my class Anxiety too stepped in accompanying me. I was a simple girl. No makeup. No style. Curly hair plaited towards my front And positivity in my heart. As I looked around Behind the surveying eyes greeted some warm smiles. I knew it was them. The last bench was where my heart belonged. People matching my wavelength do exist.
If it was not for that belief I had in life, I wouldn't have faced Many biggest decisions in my life.