What with all the exams flying around the heat is simply accumulating in my mind. During those long hours spent upon figuring out the answer in the exam hall … my mind frantically worked out the following wyas 2 wirte a eaxm
- Bring the large, cumbersome, ugly idol that Mom worships often. Put it right next to you. Pray to it often. And also consider a small sacrifice like your neighbours eraser.
- Answer the really long questions like “Explain how a network is created and established” with a short story about your childhood, or an experience that you once had. And finally end the story with “I just thought I should tell you this so that you can evaluate me better”.
I wrote this poem when I was doing my tenth standard (Ah … those wonderful days ) I came across it today and decided to rewrite it. Here’s the result …
Never did an hour pass, so boring
Than the class in which I was sitting.
the birds teasing, so free and happy,
And here I was lulling like a puppy.
They were discussing about probability
My mind protested in a silent fury;
Who cares why null hypothesis was rejected,
All I saw was the single hand ticking away.
Oh ! How I would love to fly from this mess,
Join the birds up above with heavenly grace,
Along with monkeys and dogs in blissful silence;
Pity! For then I would never then pass
The villains in muggle world are atleast better than those in Wizard world … Atleast as far as Rowling, but here’s a deviation from Natalia … and bloody original … Just what Snape is supposed to be …
I read Harry Potter Infact, I used to love it,back then. When, I was all young and goey-eyed Harry Potter used to be the one thing that would drag me along through all the mundane tests and inadvertent facts that I crammed up as imaginatively as I did .