To have responsibility thrust on
Your shoulders is to pledge
Your solemn concern and care.
Patriotism isn’t just green and saffron
Stains on your cheek.
We have gained independence but
We aren’t free!
Oh, the irony! Continue reading “RESPONSIBILITY”
I remember the first time when I was thirteen and a good-for-nothing guy had broken my heart.
I remember how I had cribbed for a phone just because my “best-friend” had one; the one who always degraded me.
I remember how I use to cry for every little thing.
From teacher’s scoldings to low marks.
From fights among friends to breakups.
From the smallest thing that bothered me to the largest.
All I want to say is that I’m sorry.
I’m sorry for hurting you; physically and mentally.
I’m sorry for all those fights, for all those low self-esteem talks.
I’ve realized that we grow each day. Continue reading “DEAR ME”
Founder’s Day, celebrated on August 3rd, commemorates the birthday of the Founder of St. Andrews School, Mr. Louis William Emanuel, who believed in ‘Education For All’. This day marks the Investiture Ceremony of the newly elected Student Cabinet.
Continue reading “FOUNDER’S DAY – THROUGH THE YEARS”