Miss Boo

Once upon a time, there was a person named Vivek and there was another person and these two people fell in love.

They were very happy together. They learned a lot of things about each other and how relationships worked.

They were very strong together and apart. Long-distance for four months (summer vacation) was tough, though. Long distance didn’t stop them nor did it stop their love.

Then some issues came up from some misunderstandings. The misunderstandings were cleared up but issues remained. These issues required solutions in the realm of serious compromise — belief challenging and life-changing decisions.

The decisions were made in an effort with the hopes that the decisions taken will ensure the recovery of the relationship.


The decisions didn’t change much.


There were more fights and arguments, issues with trust and respect and love, challenges of everything one stands for in a relationship. The times were very bleak, but somehow the two managed to stick it out for a while.

Winter break rolled around and no more could be taken. December 22nd signifies the end of this story.



Now, I will attend to myself and feed love into the areas that hurt.
It is like when you read a book and you reach the end of a chapter. This doesn’t signify something drawn out that continues to ache, but the conclusion of something that was well-lived in its due time, and resolved once we’ve been given enough. I loved you, babes. The next person who can experience what we’ve shared with you should consider them the luckiest ever, even though that person will never be — I myself have that position.

Thank you for the memories.

Vivek Bhookya. .
February 19, 2017 – December 22, 2017