I have not heard any memory
Of any college dull
Recollected by anyone.
The alma mater might not be
The best and the brightest.
It might not have an illustrious list
Of the accomplished alumni.
It might not have hallowed portals
Or taller towers and stately halls.
What any college lacks
Is more than made up by the spirit
Of students of every batch.
Even the worst of pupils
Would have wonderful memories
They recall about the glorious days.
Mostly around things not done
The missed assignments and
Scraping through at the very last minute
All adding to the Adrenalin rush
When recounted over reunions
Glory multiplied with every passing year.