Nice poem balqis.
Thank you, Tuham. :)
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I have no idea. What's it all about? :)
Nice breakfast menu to start a rainy day, Balqis. It's raining here too.It's a simple but nice poem. But if it's my poem, I will change the last sentence to perhaps 'Cherishing the rain' coz I love rainy day. heheheh.Have a nice weekend sis.
I don't know whether to call this a poem, Christine. My mind was quite blank, so just scribbled a few lines. Yup, you can cherish the rain but too much rain will cause flood! That's what happening in some parts of our country now.Thanks for dropping by. Do have a nice weekend, too! :)
Nice way to enjoy the rainy day :)
Didn't know what else to write, Aunt Mary. Appreciate your comment. Thank you. :)
Another day another time! Nothing like something warm and soupy to warm the soul on a rainy day. Wonderful take Balqis!Hank
Thank you, Hank, for your kind words. Actually, I'm shy publishing this post as you could see I wrote like a little school girl! LOLAnyway, appreciate your comments. :)
Nice poem and a great way to beat the blues of a rainy day. Hope you are keeping well Balqis.Love to you from France.
Thank you, Marie. You never fail to encourage me. :)
Reading your poem made me feel cozy, Balqis! Lovely! ♡ :-)
I'm glad to know that. Thank you, Irene. :)
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A very comforting way to spend the afternoon. It's been raining all night over here, and you've got me thinking about that soup for later.
Thank you for your words, Rumpunch. Likewise over here, been raining cats and dogs. Moonsoon season brings lots of rain. :)
All those nice things you mention plus the warm hands of friends and beloved ones. That is Paradise on Earth.You never fail choosing the right words, BBStll missing you, I blame the monsoon!
Much thanks for your warm words, Od. Everyday we have to watch out for grey sky and what it brings. For most of us, it had been a traumatic experience facing flood, so unprecedented. Over many decades, my town had never been hit by such natural disaster.Staying at home is as a solution from being drenched by the rain. In about a month, the monsoon season will be over. Actually, I didn't know what else to write, so the lines were just simply penned. Thank you, Od, for your positive comments.What else could I say? When it's monsoon, then it's still monsoon! :)
When it's monsoon, make it a soup day, and noodles and coffee- great!!And then, it's a rainy day- :)))
LOL...glad you're here, Omo. Couldn't agree more with what you said. It'll warm up the day...even if it's raining. :PThank you for being here.....at last after a long time. :)