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Open Letter for "Manny and Kizie" by Neeranjan Londhe


Dear Kizie, You represent every soul who cannot find sense in remixes and someone who will always reminisce that one soulful song, you represent those few of many who would choose to stay at home, read a book, or get glued to bed rather than going out. The way you grieved for the unknown at funerals and how sensitive you were for other people's sorrows, but yet for yourself you made a choice to not heal from your own wound and choose to live a mundane life , blog about your entire day but not interact with anyone other than a computer. You hid inside a shell and resisted Manny because you didn't want him to get hurt, your ignorance was nothing but help in disguise. Slowly you gave into your fears and after a short span, you lost another part of yourself, Manny. You didn't let him be hypocrite, you made sure you were a pillar that he can lean on while your own emotional foundation was healing, still you uplifted him and tried. You succeeded at loving someone truly and perhaps now when Immanuel Rajkumar Junior urf "Manny" isn't around, you still didn't give up. You made us believe that the story of A Princess doesn't get over after the death of a Prince, that princess does grieve but never gives up. She lives to fight. She will perhaps try to spread joy in someone who is living a mundane life like old Kizie. Dear Manny, To have a joyful "Dil" but a grieving "Bechara" emotion somewhere deep inside, is perhaps a perfect cocktail of a restless soul, which we all have gulped down our throat, Manny. The over enthusiastic mood which you inhabited, the overacting, the melodramatic stunts you use to pull up was surely irritation for Kizie at first, but perhaps that was the thing which attracted her towards you, having a prosthetic leg yet not giving up, yet trying to fly and always being silly was something we all adored. You taught us to offer a band-aid to someone with an open wound when you yourself were in need of one, you taught us to be weird and not care, you taught us to love without judgment and you taught us while there is life there is hope and even after we die, when we aren't around, we can always do something to make someone's life a better place and give them hope.

by Neeranjan Londhe | Instagram : @writing_humans
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