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Childhood Love - Part 2

Sometimes I think to fall in love is very easy but to maintain it very difficult. As Cheenu and Duggu were going through a cold fight, they were not in talking terms which actually amazed everyone in the class. Their class mates teased them asking why they were not sitting together, why they were not talking each other. Both of them were actually not happy keeping themselves away from each other. But some kind of anger came between them and they were just going with it. Poor kids !! They were like this for months and annual exam dates got announced. This was something different happening. Silently Cheenu and Duggu were passing through exams without asking each other how it was going. They used to ask each other about questions inside bus while going back home. Cheenu always thought only about clearing the subject and contrary Duggu always thought to secure place in top 5 students of the class. It was last day of exam when Duggu decided to talk to Cheenu. Because they were not going to see each other for next two months of summer vacations. After exam, Duggu approached Cheenu saying how was the exam?? Cheenu tried to ignore him but when Duggu repeated it again, she said it was not okay! Duggu got troubled thinking it was because of him. What can be done!! They had to go away from each other for two long months.After few days of holidays results were declared for class third. Cheenu didn't go to school that day and her father was there to collect the result card. Duggu got fifth rank in class. After getting his result from class teacher, he looked fulfilled. Suddenly thought of Cheenu's result tickled in his mind. He went to Chenu's father and after wishing him, Duggu asked about Cheenu. Cheenu's father told him that she had already gone to her grand father's place. Duggu then wanted to ask about Cheenu's marks but at the same time he was little scared inside. Cheenu's father himself asked him about his result. In response Duggu showed him the result card. Cheenu's father appreciated him and wished him. By this moment he was anxious about Cheenu's result.  Duggu himself took the result card of Cheenu from her father and as he opened it, he was stunned. Cheenu secured fourth rank this time. Just above one rank he stood. Duggu wanted to talk to Chennu immediately. For wishing her, for letting her know that she is now above Duggu in class. But he went home guilt free that day. 


Kid's love is so pure. In-spite of getting less marks than Cheenu, Duggu was walking on air. He was flying high for his best friend Cheenu. Now came the first day of new session, class fourth. Duggu was the happiest boy who wanted to go school as early as possible. First day their school bus didn't come. Sad!! He went back home and his father took him to school. His eyes were looking for Cheenu only. All kids of class fourth were chatting with other about their vacations. Intemerate Duggu wanted to talk to Cheenu only and that's why he was ignoring his other friends. Next second only, he saw Cheenu talking and laughing with other girls of the class. He was relieved and cheerful now. Strangely he didn't go near to her and started jelling with other boys of the class. Whole day he was sunny and peppy doing boy like activities. It was now time to leave school as day was over, he got up in bus and like always reserved place next to him for Cheenu. He was eagerly waiting for Cheenu to get inside the bus. Cheenu came and to his surprise settled at the same place which Duggu had reserved for her. Though she was tongue tied but seeing her next to him was enough for Duggu. Cheenu being girl always liked to be at window seat so that she can have outside view. On the other hand being a boy, Duggu always sat next to her in two seater bus chair so that he can make play fight with other boys in the bus. Cheenu was mum and was looking outside from the window, without speaking a single word. Duggu noticed her stop is coming in next few minutes. Quickly he gave a peck at Cheenu's cheek. This abrupt act of Duggu left Cheenu addled. It was a kiss :)

Has Cheenu started talking to Duggu ?? Be ready for next post for answer of this thought :)
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  1. Oh ho!!! Itna suspense kahani mein??? Nice one. Liked it. But AB toh batao ki kattapa ne bahubali ko kyun maara.. So jaldi se iska part 2 post karo...

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  2. Pushpa dear ye part 2 hi tha..Part 1 pahle post kr chuki hu mai... And Bahubali maine nhi dekhi so can't answer your question :) Next part es story ka aur bhi interesting hai so wait for some time..

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