A for Anomaly

Anomaly! That was what everyone used to say her issue was. There was some anomaly in her. When she was a child, she thought it to be a fancy word and used to like it. As she grew up, she realized it is just a fancy word of saying she is different from others in a way that is not good. She never understood why it made so much difference but always realized that it did make a lot of difference.

At school, no one used to sit next to her. Her seat at the classroom used to be difference. Everyone used to look at her like she was an alien. To get rid of all this, she tried a lot to be like others. Every time she tried, it just became more and more difficult for her to get it right. How was it that everyone else used to do it so effortlessly but she was finding it so difficult?

Fortunately her parents were well off and they could manage to send her for further studies to the city. She was still scared. She was so different here in the village. How much more trouble will she be facing once she reaches the city?

It was with subdued and scared heart that she landed in the big city. But it so happened that her first day of college was on 13th August. Entire College was celebrating Left Hander’s Day. Left handed people were being celebrated wherever she looked around the campus.

That day she let go of her inhibitions and embraced the fact that she is a Left Hander!

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A thinker, dreamer, ponderer, I love to think of things which normally people wouldn't. These thoughts are put into words for the world to read through my blogs. Do feel free to comment on them If you like to read, do feel free to go through my book reviews to help you select the next best book to read. Follow the link http://theverdictsout.wordpress.com
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