Charming Childhood

Charming Childhood

A Story by NerdyBeauty
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Reviving to the days, back when trivial things made us- I guess everyone- jovial. When minor things mattered and material wasn't what made a man, Rather it was humanity that resided in the very bosom.

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Leaving the “childhood” charm is itself an essence that I miss so bad.

Carefree nature
School
And all childish dreams
With no worries of ‘worries’.

I miss being the girl with pigtails. And as I recollect, I miss celebrating the trifle things. Those things were as simple as a line but they mattered a lot. As we’ve grown up, even the most important of things have turned unimportant. I missed those old days when a five rupee coin would make me smile wide. And bring a toothy grin. I miss the days of my childhood, 

When fantasies of princesses didn’t seem unrealistic.
Instead, they were the only reality I wanted to face.

I miss every single thing. Those tears in past years which were shed, bring a huge laughter now.
Childhood is indeed very special. And if spent with special gait, it turns majestic. 

And I opine that every person has something to miss about Childhood. It’s us.
The school. School work. Sense of untiring. Competition. How much I loved it.
Now, there’s an aura of maturity. Everywhere.
I don’t want it. Rather, I want to feel the once given, series of  punishments​ I’ve gone through in my childhood. Those moments were worth cherishing. And are simply soothing.
One should live each moment of childhood with its peak. 🙂
Cheers to Charismatic Childhood🙂 

© 2017 NerdyBeauty



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Gee
We all at some stage wish we were a child once more, the only worry what to play at next. Adulthood brings the stresses and strains of everyday living upon us and this takes a fair bit of getting used to. Striking the right balance between work and play is the key to happiness coupled with the love of a good partner.
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This is very interesting! I am much older than you -- I'm 61, but I have had the same experience when I was about your age. It's hard to give up the simplicity & wonder of youth. Now that I'm old, I'm getting back to the simplicity & wonder again, so it's not gone forever. Your details bring back memories that are relatable, even tho our cultures are different (I'm from USA). This is a nicely original piece of writing (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

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NerdyBeauty

1 Month Ago

Thank You soo Much!!
Yes, even with the culture differences, we feel connected with others in.. read more
Childhood is very special, especially if you have had a good one. We can cherish those memories for ever.
But maturity is good too. It is easier to put things into perspective, and the older you get, the less 'things upset you'. Also, instead of focussing on yourself, as all children do, with age you get a broader view of humanity. I am old, and I am happy.

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NerdyBeauty

1 Month Ago

Yes, very true! Every age has it's own perks. :P
Thank you so much for your review. :)
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You are welcome
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Zoe
I agree with your words to a great extent. Though I find it amusing that 'competition' is amongst the things that you miss, cause I dont like it xD. Competition keeps growing with our age. Lol. Not criticising your words of course, just sharing my thoughts :)
I liked how you tried to make this piece as poignant as possible. Well written.

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NerdyBeauty

1 Month Ago

Thank you Zoe, for your constructive review.
Yes, you are right. Competition keeps growing ju.. read more
Zoe

1 Month Ago

I understand your point. And it was my pleasure :)
NerdyBeauty

1 Month Ago

Thanks again, my friend.
this made me smile.
i had a flash back to the old days. days thatll never come back to me and are only a memory slowly fading as well
one must always cherish the time they go through
this was beautiful and peaceful to read.

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NerdyBeauty

1 Month Ago

Yeah! Days that will never come back. Sadly. Thanks a lot for your lovely review, pia. :P
There is such a beauty, a tenderness, a longing that flows through your river of thoughts. Oh, the joy of childhood, the freedom, the soul that seems to dance tirelessly. Carefree, yes, and no worries to burden the soul. May we find the way to keep the child's light inside us always, especially when the weight of the world tries to pull us under. There are castles alive in us, and room enough for every prince and princess who wishes to dwell there. Cheers to charismatic childhood!

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NerdyBeauty

1 Month Ago

Thank you so much for your wonderful review. ;))
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Gee
We all at some stage wish we were a child once more, the only worry what to play at next. Adulthood brings the stresses and strains of everyday living upon us and this takes a fair bit of getting used to. Striking the right balance between work and play is the key to happiness coupled with the love of a good partner.
Enjoyed your thoughts

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

NerdyBeauty

2 Months Ago

Thank you so much. :)

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