It was my first visit at his place We were meeting after so many days With the mix of excited and nervous face I finally entered in his curated space. He welcomed with a smile and embrace We sat on the couch, I kept looking at his grace.
"So all our pending chats for later we can save First of all, tell me what would you like to have?" He asked.
"Always Tea!! In the morning with the first ray of sun When I wake up every day for the long day run I love to have a cup of tea strong, lightly sugared, Hot, extra milk with sometimes ginger well figured."
"Aaahh! Tea lover, I see So you start your day with tea Well! I seek my big cup of coffee roasted dark With two shots of espresso, brewed in french spark, Nutty and a lot creamy. Like you, hot and steamy"
"Oh my God!! Steamy and hot. In flirting you never miss the shot So you are a coffee guy, but I like my chai!! Why don't we exchange our mugs today You have my tea and I will have a coffee day What say!??"
"Okay so done! Your all the tea parties you will forget This is my special coffee dear, you will never regret"
And we went towards the kitchen to make our brews Knowing that we were from the two different crews
"Don't secretly stare at me like this Look at your coffee, else it'll be a miss" I said.
"The same long hairs and oh that bliss You didn't change at all, my shy Miss. It has been a long time let me see, And you just concentrate on your tea!"
So we finally sat with His cup of coffee and my cup of tea With the scent of fresh brews, he played smooth jazz song His voice whispered in my ears, ringing with the beats along. I found myself tangled in those strings of little infinities. Listening to him constantly I was feeling special affinities.
Surrrp! We took sip after sip at a very slow pace, He started praising me with a big curve on his face, We discussed how we got lost in the life's rat race And reminisced old time with a bunch of memory retrace
On this perfect scene of tea and coffee… I look up and see a smiling face staring at me With that sparkle in those eyes of something new. Something worth the tea and coffee brew.
Working together it was half past nine You came to me to show the time pinching softly near my waistline You bought shiver in my spine I jumped off and turned back And dropped books down the deck Putting my messy hairs behind my ear you bring that finger down the neck.
You pulled me closer, held me tight Your fingers tips crawling beneath my tee And as I clutched your shoulder right With low eyelids there's nothing I can see You whispering something in my ears Still there is nothing I can hear
Squeezing you hard with arms around Snubbing everything in the sorrounds Constantly chanting your name in my prayer Hoping someday my dreams'll take me there
I found myself tangled in those strings of little infinities. Sitting with you there I was feeling special affinities.... .
I like the town on rainy nights The tranquility snubbing thunder sounds And darkness absorbing the faint moonlight When the cold breeze and petrichor surrounds
I liked the town on rainy nights When crescent hides and came out to peak From behind the cotton candy-like clouds Gliding in the velvety sky bare and bleek Stars twinkling bright speaking loud
I like the town on rainy nights When it sleeps in silence in the violet hue The streets are hushed with human sound And garden leaves are caressed by the dew Slipping through, yearning for a glimpse around
I liked the town on rainy nights When the wind is moist, shy and quiet Sullen and aromatic, distracting shower Drops from which falling down to fight Drip by drip on my lips, I taste and devour
The story begins in a no moon night Stars and planets, all perfectly aligned. The Streets were hushed and the time was shushed As a gust of wind brushed, Storm of thoughts flushed
You and I, in that cold wintry night Ambling together under the sky shining bright Snubbing all the solitude, I was hearing your voice Heavy, enticing, soothing, Sodden in the dark frosty night.
Your words, in harmony with the gentle breeze Like songbirds singing their music on fleek. With windswept saplings shaken bare and bleak The frigid branches shivered from the freeze. And I could smell your bewitching aroma while caressing the dew on the garden leaves.
Yeah! You literally could put anyone in your spell And I didn't know you were having so much to tell That day you chattered non stop I was surprised to see the introvert talk You bet! I was about to say in reply but that might break the rhythm So I nodded in consonance and blinked my eye Keeping that tranquility In the oasis of serenity, I got lost in the silence of that time.
You and I, in that somber night Still, I can see your twinkling eyes Beholding your face lost in talks... Gosh! Here I caught you watching my lips Noticing their curves when they dip You might be thinking that I don't know But oh boy! I exactly know where your eyes go.
The chat continued, we were walking along Suddenly, I felt something was near my palm Your slushy fingers were beckoning there, Brushing around my hand everywhere But then holding it tight near your heart You here confessed like a web of art I fell into it. I fell into it to feel your warm embrace, true love beyond the brim of gentle grace. And then... you took a deep breath Fondling my face That pause was so calm, So quiet and not void.
You and I, in that beguiling night Sitting under that glimmery light Gazing at the yon rich cloud Your heart was beating loud Yes! I can hear the sound Of the love that was so profound The sky was shining up on your skin Shooting stars were meeting our wish Making that night a scenic beauty for life I discovered the secret of your unique smile You and I, in that cold wintery night... Wait!... It's not the end of the story It's the beginning of a beautiful time!
I wish I could keep you for every Planck time I wish I could dedicate you all my rhymes I wish I could tell you that I do miss you I wish I could all day, just keep listening to you I wish I could see your reactions rather imagining them I wish I could tell you how badly stuck I am I wish I could tell you how happy I am today I wish I could share all the griefs at end of the day I wish I could watch you forever doing stupid things I wish I could stop you from growing into serious being I wish I could talk to you without uttering a word I wish I could tell you everything that you haven't heard I wish I could tell you that you are the reason behind my bliss I wish I could ask you for one more kiss!! I just wish.
----- INNOCENCE ----- All I know, His love is innocent, like the curvature of the crescent Shiny, bright and powerful, Honest and truly delightful. Once a person floats in it She will get the bestest fit. For him, life is like a fairytale, which never ever gets pale He dreams like a child So pure, perfect but wild He deals every situation With his own suppositions But his overthinking mind Even after being so kind A single solution for him He himself can not find.
Hey dear! On yourself, never be so hard You are truly a spades ace card Therefore for you, when I pray In my prayers I always say 'Neither half nor a few I want the whole of you.'
A Limerick is a rhymed humorous or nonsense poem of five lines which originated in Limerick, Ireland. The Limerick has a set rhyme scheme of : a-a-b-b-a with a syllable structure of: 9-9-6-6-9. This is the most commonly heard first line of a limerick: "There once was a man from Nantucket."
The caress of sunlight surrounds your yard, verdant and wide The freshly grass adds to your radiant beauty perched on your hillside The busy, buzzing, buoyant bees occupy the garden As the dancing flowers sing to the birds that hearken
Your secretive basement and attic, playgrounds galore! A place to call home, a sanctuary, and so much more The picturesque view of the driveway forever etched in my mind As I would sit in the balcony painted lyrically under the color-graded sky
Your kitchen housed the most enticing aromas Serving each one of us with zesty, full-bodied ambrosias In the dining room where we feasted and basked in hilarity and delight The fireplace where we shared warmth that could whisk away the bitter coldness of the night
Your nurturing walls saw me grew more than my mother and father did Within your pillars, I first able to be a kid I never allowed myself to be planted anywhere But you stole the roots of my feet, tied them to your foundation and alas! I belonged somewhere
When I was still a plain white small pillow, harassed and harmed in the blackened streets You barricaded me and let me weep to my defeat I let out an eerie and sorrowful scream, like a hellhound from hell I felt your windows shake with anguish, you knew me all too well
My confidence glowed as I greeted my adolescence I tried to sway away from your protective fences My misplaced exuberance died and withered away And left me obsolete, crawling back to you – a poisoned carcass without nothing to say
Then came the unforgiving slap of reality Some succumbed to the muddy earth for all eternity The majority of us left to underpin the cargo that is responsibility We never faltered, for the support you’ve given us has turned us into masterful entities
I stand enrapt and stupefied How the enduring years rendered you sanctified You are far more than just a roof and a floor Greater than your scarred stairs, hollowed rooms, and curious doors
Now, your residents, wherever they may roam Fearless and lionhearted, they carry with them your clone The principles and values you instilled within, Will be integrated among their dewy kin