A girl from the city.


Over and over and over again,

Its like she should accept the pain.

Inviting it every time its gone,

Leaving behind some ugly mourn.

Amongst the hustle of daily roads,

She finds her way through the doors.

Self establishment was her aim,

How could she get so easily swayed.

Love got her blown away,

Never getting back home, not even today.

Between the roar and chores she lay,

Destiny had its games to play.

Next came the phase of hard work,

Accompanied with a broken heart.

She went from rags to riches,

Now she lay broken apart.

Life is a full time job,

Perseverance is the key.

One should be sufficient enough,

Avoiding the “help me”.

Why does she always end up this way,

In the position of pity.

Breaking into pieces day by day,

Trying to make sense of the world,

This is a girl from the city.

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Its that one game that never lets me down. Something that creates a new world in me when i play. And why shouldn’t it? It indeed is the most amazing game existing. Sadly i haven’t really been up to it very much but i do remember the joy this game bought me wearing those fancy studs and long stockings with my orange school jersey. I even remember writing an article in my school magazine just dedicated to this one game that i fell in loved so much. I so vividly remember all my early morning practices just to perfect my game back at school. The joy of actually being selected in the team in the first try itself. Every match we played, oh how i loved my teammates ,also,that disappointment from my coaches when our game wasn’t up to our mark.
The first match that i ever saw was the Champions League Final in 2008 held between  MANCHESTER UNITED and CHELSEA, which i then termed the red team and the blue team. Before that game i was an alien to football, but those precious 90 minutes changed my life forever. I fell in love with Manchester United and so did my brother, and we have never looked back ever since. The game was won by Manchester United 6–5 on penalties, after a 1–1 draw following extra time.
Although i couldn’t continue playing after my board exams i did always watch every crucial game of the Reds and believe me every time i saw them it made my trust in them stronger. There were bad times too, but they arose from the dead to achieve what they have today.
Football has always been a very motivating part of my life, encouraging me in many ways. It helped me keep fit and also build my confidence.
So today i thought of writing about something that will always remain an important part of me. Football, my love.
– a girl who loves football.