She and He

She…
She’s laying on bed with her iPod on full blast.
The door is locked, and the curtains are drawn.
On the TV screen is The Notebook.
An empty tub of her favorite Ice-cream lies on the floor.
Smudged with makeup, her fingertips are stained
from wiping away her mascara and eye liner stained tears.
Their last conversation plays in her head.
She thinks to herself, that she’ll never get him back.

He…
He’s on the edge of his bed, the doors locked.
His room is pitch black from the absence of lights.
Black Ops is in its box and the controller is on the floor.
There’s a hole in the wall from when he punched it earlier.
His headphones are about to burst from how loud the music is.
No one can hear his sobs or see how messy his hair is.
He is replaying their last conversation, thinking,
she’ll never take him back.

And then I spelled it wrong!

Close Reader’s.

Last week I posted a blog and made a very doltish mistake in it. While typing down the post quickly and not making the words in my mind, I typed ‘their’ instead of ‘there’. One of the fellow blogger under a very quick time notified me about the mistake, and I corrected it with her help. 🙂

It was very beautiful that the blogger helped me in knowing it. I always like when someone comes up with my mistakes and let me know to correct it out than to keep it to themselves and never let you know. Mistake always helps you learn better and helps you to experience your life with full of unexpected stuffs.

On the funnier side, One million copies of a new book was sold in just 2 days due to typing error of 1 alphabet in title, ” An idea than can change your wife”. 😀

In life, mistakes teach us important lessons. Every time we make a mistake, we are closer to the goal. The only mistake that can truly hurt us is choosing to do nothing simply because we are too scared to make a mistake. We need to learn from our mistakes but never regret it. One day we’ll realize that sometimes the wrong choices bring us to the right places.

Everyone makes mistakes. That’s why there’s an eraser on every pencil.. 🙂