THE DESTINY WE LOST

July16,2019
Everyone have different story to start with, but mine is kind of mesmerizing. 
It was the day when I met someone with whom my vibes were enclosed, as relished as Museum entity; a material only to be observe and not to touched. “Every day is a Gift and some days are braced better” that day was meant for me or maybe I thought it was. I was proceeding with my working schedule, busy with testing the fluid mechanism of beverage product at laboratory. Every one of us were busy in managing our work, and suddenly I got a Call from a senior that the QC manager has called me and with that thunderstruck emotion in mind I headed up. He explained, “some student will be here for the industrial educational visit so it’s your responsibility to guide them”. I was happy and elevated to share my working experience with them.

At10:30am
A group of young teens entered the gate with a notebook & pen in every individual’s hand. I noticed that The number of girls outweighed the number of boys. Within a short span of time I drop a brief introduction and they followed me for the plant visit. On the way, I interacted with few and got to know they were pursuing BBS final year at ACE. As we were walking, I started briefing about the processing of beverage line. Everyone were awe seeing those magical changes in processing lines and some said “Yesari Po PEPSI bando rahexa”. As I was briefing guidelines to them, out of nowhere I had a whispering talks of girl saying “hamile slice peuna paunxam ni”, with that I chuckle myself and evenhad someone saying “nai ma taw DEW peune ho”. With that sniggered laugh within me, there was a girl who was observing every minute detail and was into some deep thought. Everyone was exhilarated seeing all the beverage magic but she was the only one who was continuously questioning me about the small procedures. Seeing such an intrigued BBS student I felt amazing. The way she stood up interrogating with me made me feel inquisitive to know her personally, something beyond what the eyes could see, something that only the beats of the heart could sense; because as for me, it isn’t in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves. 

After that I Led them to the waiting area and offered them the beverages and without being bashful I went to her and initiated the conversation. After waiting for long, I got to know her name was KRITI ADHIKARI and then the conversation went on. 
As Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana; I never knew she had to leave and I needed to continue my work. ‘SMILE’ was the beauty of her soul, she slowly FADED from my sight but was close to my soul, unseen but heartfelt. I couldn’t resist thinking about her, which had me struggling for myself the whole day. In the evening, I found out her on social media and without further ado sent her friend request. Within couple of hours, she accepted it and with no further delay, our conversation began. Both of us were fond of reading books and used to spend hours discussing about it. She even introduced me with her cute pet dog, LILY. She requested me to help in completing her industrial visit project and offered me coffee outing at the end. Both being a Nyctophile, slowly our conversations turned deeper with the night that crept in, with which crawled a different comfort to talk about so many things the heart never let out. We used to spend hours chatting, which made us close enough. 

Some people come into your life, with a different vibe and with a bundle of joy. 
Finally, we planned to meet for lunch. The present is theirs; the future, for which I really thought, is here with me. I was waiting for her on the streets of Basantapur, I saw her silhouette from the sun rays. She was in a red sweater and blue jeans, with her hair like waves of the ocean bay, the grey in her eyes were as dark and melancholy as the ashes of my broken heart, she was walking towards me with a smile. When people say angels do not exist, that day I felt they do and one of the finest of all is present right here in front of me. Someone that catches your breath and your heart; it makes you overjoyed just to be on the same planet as that beautiful thing. As she started talking, I sunk into her brown eye and I felt my spirit rise and soar like the wind. Is it love that I am in? I was blurring from outside. She even thanked me for completing her project and we returned home. She likes my flaws & I embrace her wounds. That’s why its damn beautiful.

Some people are looking for a prestigious place, while others have a vibe within, and She for sure had that vibe which was phenomenal. Everything was going good, even the tiny love fights we had been bringing us closer. There comes a time when the world gets quiet and the only thing left is your own heart. So you’d better learn the sound of it; Otherwise you’ll never understand what it really means and with no further ado I purposed her and she propitious my approval.
There is always some madness in love, But there is also some reason in the madness. Every moment we cherished together was a happy moment for us. We explored ours dreams, our hobbies and tuned the bell of love to notify what’s more. We can have it all. Just not all at once. So we decided to tie our relationship into a new bond and approached our family. We are getting married today and I want to confess, I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a simple man with common thoughts and I’ve led an ordinary life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I’ve loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough. 

All of this could’ve happened but to my misfortune, that day I forgot to inquire her name which left all my imagination only imagined in my own world. In my mind’s eye we’re already married. So I am happy with all these heartwarming hypothetical words of her and Wherever she is, whatever she is doing, I wish her an abundant life. I change my opinion often, but not my way of thinking & one day I will fall in love with someone more than my heart beats. Make the time momentous, vital, and worth living and don’t let it slip away unnoticed and unassessed. I missed that one moves to inquire her name, with all these imaginations ‘I had my chance.’ heart said it, retiring from a lifetime of wanting. ‘I had a chance, and sometimes in life, there are no second chances. You look at what you have, not what you miss, and you move forward’.

Based on true story.
Story by:
Sagar Dahal
Editors:
Mahima 
Shakshi
If you want your story to be heard by other people. Feel free to connect through :
Dahals053@gmail.com.

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