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On the threshold...

Dedicated to everyone in my First Company... 

Seems like its just yesterday...
Ready to be moulded.. As I was just a clay...

Slow and steady started taking up shape...
Becoming strong as crêpe...

Difficult and hard it was...
My AIM was set I just wouldn't pause...

Moving on... Crawling at times...
Had bad encounter as well as sweet chimes...

No matter what it was a journey to learn...
Of all the hardship, learning was my main concern...

Today, I've taken a shape...
Moving towards a gape...

But I'm different now...
Destiny has changed on my brow...

Knowledge, Friendship I enfold...
Here I am standing on a threshold...

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Abhishek Gorale

A software engineer by profession and a curious blogger by will. An ambivert who balances his creative and geeky sides.


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