Our Self-Written Obituaries – K. Varshinee, Bangalore
The 179th death.
[Text and photos sent by K. Varshinee]
K. Varshinee, or Varshinee Krishnan (as she preferred to call herself), has finally left this world. She left the world as she had entered it, all alone.
Varshinee strived all her 21 years of life to understand her loneliness. The only answer she could get was that no one else could answer the questions she had about herself, except for her. She believed that happiness was completely intrinsic and loved herself enough to be happy (for a few moments at least) everyday.
A confused Cancerian is how she would describe herself. Life threw her from one place to another and she accepted this fact with tears and snot dripping down her face each time. She was a crybaby. She learnt about strength from her mother, love from her father, control from her brother and herself from her best friend.
Varshinee never meant to hurt anyone, if she did, it was karma. A staunch pessimist trapped in a fragile mind, Varshinee loved harshly and apologized for it often enough. If she could read this, she would have felt happy that she was the only one who was there for herself. Maybe now she can look after Ani and Ochu from up there.
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