Dedicated to my mother on her Birthday

The video I did today because she was like ocean……

Watching the vastness

Waves playing with the shore

Running to and fro

Orchestrating the music

Here I am standing on the sidelines

Remembering her fragrance

Searching for her spirit somewhere

What was she an ocean of love ?

Or the free flowing wind ?

May be both

The spring in her walk

Relentless will to survive

She lived every moment

With enthusiasm of a child

Watching ebb and flow

I long to hide myself in her arms

Merge into her embrace

Hidden from preying eyes

In her life she was never a coward

The why she left without a goodbye?

These Whys would haunt me until the end

Yes I miss her all the time

Then again find her in the realms of my being

What really am I ?

Truth is ……

Her essence left behind

Today’s sun majestic in setting so was she, Sun would come back tomorrow but she left once for all

Copyright (c) 2019 Namrata D Prabhakar

Childhood love☕

Image Courtesy : pinterest

Today I was watching a video showing how to make cappuccino at home. My favorite coffee

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By the time it finished I was transported back couple of decades, when we used to beat a spoon or two of Nescafe coffee powder with sugar in a big bowl till it was almost light brown covering the whole bowl. Then a spoon of creamy mix into hot milk and water and the coffee TREAT was ready. Yester years – Beated coffee Today’s – Cappuccino

Today it cost AED 14 (Dubai currency) minimum, that time it was labour of love💕☕ and passing the bowl to everyone present to get the best color.

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