The perfect Date

By | September 22, 2016

The gentle breeze giggled me as if I was in his arms

Two little silver liquid drops caressed my face

Enjoying the naughty wind teasing my curls

He loomed with two cups of coffee in his hands

Placing it on the balcony desk, hugged me from back

Closed my eyes, leaning upon his heart as always

Is this not the perfect date – two cups of coffee,

You and me, our balcony, the sneak hug and the rain?

I couldn’t resist bringing in this sweet definition here, from the magic of a special tea .

Such an expressive meaning, clinging to the real life. Kudos Josh…

145 thoughts on “The perfect Date

  1. Akhila Post author

    I am always behind such simple pleasures of life, as you defined in that perfect date.. so while i read it, i just felt it as reflection of my own mind.. and definitely the credit goes to you as the writer in you defined it in the best way..

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    1. Josh

      Agree, Life when we observe it in milliseconds, filtering it down to that point, where we can hear those seconds tick! that’s where we can feel the beauty of life, its about celebrating simple things while we conquer and aim for ambitious dreams, life is beautiful, when we actually, talk, listen and appreciate, in those tables, am really sacred of these gadgets and apps which are enslaving our thoughts, to strangling our options to be human! **when i say that am not in whatsapps they gave me that look like am being transported from 17th century, am one though, feeling completely lost**

      (Ho entta ammo, sorry for such an emotionally driven comment)

      Thanks a lot, feels like recognized for my work 🙂

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      1. Akhila Post author

        yaa,… i can read a lot from your comment….dont be bothered on the emotional part..
        pinne, enne angine valya pulliyonnumm akkenda, too…;)

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        1. Josh

          You are **One Valya Sambavam** when i read your post related to Science&Technology my fuse goes off, i just read you and the fellow bloggers debating **with an awe (Jaws dropped)**

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          1. elaine

            i do agree with u Josh, ente fuse pokaarundu sci post of Akhila vaayichittu (sorry Akhila don’t take it as a discouraging opinion), njan mikkavaarum oru 3 times enggilum vaayikkum. Appozha oru realization varunnathu, how little i know ennu 🙂

          2. elaine

            when we travel in ship, they give security classes, they say in case of emergency evacuation. We have to loudly say “Abandon Ship” and jump into sea with our life jacket on.
            Njanum appo “abandon ship…abandon ship” 😀

          3. Josh

            Wow! Ships always Fascinates me, you travel in it how great is that.. you a Marine ?

          4. elaine

            I traveled very few since my PhD (marine science) work is more to coastal area…in future i might be a full time oceanography researcher 🙂

          5. Josh

            Wow! Interesting all the best with your future endeavours! Great to meet you too from a different field of work and study 🙂

          6. Akhila Post author

            pinney, eppozhum ore pole ezhutharuthennu ente keyboard warned me.. what should i do..;)

          7. Akhila Post author

            but now my hands are also tuned to .. iniyippo, hands um mattanam ennu parayalle..

      1. myheartbeats4ublog

        actually i liked it..especially since he had the presence of mind to keep the coffee mugs safely down before venturing to hug! spilled coffee would have marred the perfect occasion.
        also liked the ‘leaning on his heart’ part

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  2. parijat shukla

    You have written it very beautifully and i believe you frequently go on such dates :). What will those do who dont drink tea or coffee ? 🙂

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    1. Akhila Post author

      thanks Shreyans..even though i was not much satisfied with the way i depicted it, your words soothes me

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  3. elaine

    Small things do make our life valuable and we mostly neglect to see how important they are and the people who create such happiness in our lifes 🙂

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    1. Josh

      But in my case, Akhila saw my small effort and acknowledge it 🙂 **Akhila..no buttering okay, i mean it**

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    2. Akhila Post author

      you are right Elaine..just we need to have an eye to appreciate those little things while going behind big big dreams

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    1. Akhila Post author

      i never thought that you are a mallu when we met first.. but, in this DP, no doubt about this kollam girl..

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      1. elaine

        hahaha…numma eppozhum varietyude aalaanu 😉 veettil poyaappo palliyil onnu poyekkaam ennu karuthi…ammayude saree kadameduthu :p athukondu little sis inte kayyum kaalum pidichu oru photom oppichu 😉 :p

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          1. Akhila Post author

            pinney..nammude childhood romance okke evide ethi..pinne kandillallo..

          2. elaine

            athuu ezhuthanam ennu undu half way written aanu next part, but idakku vere orupaadu threads varunna kaaranam time adjust cheyyaan pattiyillaa 🙁 athu ezhuthi complete cheyyanam…

          3. Akhila Post author

            and also, post something on your ship experience.. variety is your haemoglobin right..

          4. elaine

            അയ്യോ ഞാൻ വാള് വച്ച് പട്ടിയായ കഥ നാട്ടുകാരെ അറിയിക്കണോ … കുറച്ചു എന്ധോക്കെയോ ആ സമയത്തു കുത്തികുറിച്ചിരുന്നു കാരണം ചുറ്റും ഉള്ളത് കടല് മാത്രമായിരുന്നു കൂട്ടിനു ഒരു seagull ഉം ആ കപ്പലിലെ ഏക പെൺകൊടി ഞാൻ ആയിരുന്നു ….

          1. Joker Shayar

            honestly i don’t remember that :P.. but i remember you commenting on my ‘About section’ for my name’s reverse abbreviations :D..

  4. Josh

    Edo Aishu .. milk powder chaya Alla.. inj nalla paal chaya kudichikka ? Anyways coffee valya teams intte drink aan 😀 pinne suliamani lemon add cheytha inj e parayuna coffee intt katha kazhiyum :p

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        1. Akhila Post author

          thalassery nnu bomb umayi varillenkil, we kozhikodians are ready to accept the neighbor people too…

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  5. Akhila Post author

    fire and fierce words became blushing.. he he….and i recommend you to read the “magic of tea” which i mentioned in that post..

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  6. Akhila Post author

    oh.. so sweet words… it is not the beauty of my words, but, the beauty of that simple pleasure

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    1. boundlessblessingsblog

      But let me tell you Akhila the beauty that you put is amazing. I just want to tell u one more thing Akhila someone has nominated me but I don’t know how to go about it can u help me pl.

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    1. prashantt

      Seriously!!!…Words & Notion isn’t it….so every genre of writing has some sort of notion & see how beautifully you came up with this.:)

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