Unplanned and unedited #2

i love editing as much as capturing :’)

I sip my coffee as I type this, coffee time is the best part of my day. A whirlpool of thoughts swirl around and the subconsciously suppressed emotions show up.
If you ask how my coffee looks, it would obviously be less dark than my sad poems. I miss writing sad poems, not that I have been happier in recent days but I have begun to manifest in the acts of being happy and happiness itself. I couldn’t make time to romanticize pain, grief and sadness.
And today my coffee is more bitter than usual. All I do is just add a little bit of sugar and compensate for the bitterness. So, the stimulated brain plays its role. The contemplation begins here, at this moment. If sugar could compensate for bitterness; the bitterness in our lives has a natural cure, here in coffee, one of its own components was the remedy to others similarly our life that is a complex blend of negative, positive and neutral aspects compliments one another. On the days when we are down, on the days when you feel that life is too harsh, life is too hard, life is uneven with ups and downs, a reminiscence of good old days, a recollection of beautiful memories we built with people can trigger emotions but they still elicit a kind of warmth and relief that words can’t express.
The door to positivity, happiness lies within us and is hidden in the shadows of vague thoughts. There is a lot of drama in the air but we still need to live, at least try to live with the memories we are all left with at the end of the day. Like, sugar to coffee powder and coffee powder to sugar; mix and match life with both positives and negatives. You see, things around carry meaning, they hold on various lessons but comes to our vision when pondered in deep viewpoints.


Here’s another rant or some thought on life. It’s unedited and of course, unplanned. I don’t know if this is clear enough but all I mean to say is to carry the souvenirs like a sash.

Thank you so much for reading! ❤️

44 thoughts on “Unplanned and unedited #2

  1. If you’re wondering how this post has a like less than a minute after you uploaded it, well, just looking at the picture, I know I’m assured of something wonderful. And.. It’s you… So that’s nearly guaranteed! 😉
    Brilliant thought! Wonderful how a cup of coffee can serve as a muse for your wisdom. Great thought! Bitterness and sweetness in a cup of coffee to teach life lessons. Superb one as always, friend! 🤍👌

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  2. I feel something deep in this: “All I do is just add a little bit of sugar and compensate for the bitterness.” That’ all we can do for life. Add some sweetness to the sour moments. It’s nice reading your “unplanned and unedited” thoughts. Cool post!

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  3. and…
    the hand held spoon,
    in honey on spoon,
    as all is one,
    each to the other,
    no fuss,
    no bother,
    to turn and lift,
    with the spoon in hand,
    does this honey share its gifts

    beautifully captured sentiments Hema…. btw I am on page 349 in Part III of the book titled ‘Wishful Images in the Mirror’….

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  4. New…

    Now… Yes…

    Every Thought
    Associated With
    Emotion IS A Feather

    For A Brand New Nest

    Always Changing Home

    Rainbow Colors Best

    Sensing Feeling

    Shining Behind
    Clouds

    Wings

    MaKinG Beyond
    Blue Sky SMiLes Home
    Hemaltha Keep Shining
    Thoughts Becoming Song Dance..:)

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      1. It’s my pleasure, Hemalatha! Your writings are amazing & this one is extraordinary….may I ask you if you normally participate in anthologies….this theme of Self Love & Empowerment, the compiler & the publisher….is amazing….I thought of you….just right now….

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  5. This is outstanding, my friend!! I love hearing your raw and authentic thoughts here, I feel like I got to know a piece of you! Thank you for sharing such superb wisdom, you’re a gem 💫🖤🤗

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  6. I love this so much, the metaphor and everything you’ve described through it, mind blowing. And it’s such a positive post, subtle yet inspiring.
    “If you ask how my coffee looks, it would obviously be less dark than my sad poems. I miss writing sad poems, not that I have been happier in recent days but I have begun to manifest in the acts of being happy and happiness itself. I couldn’t make time to romanticize pain, grief and sadness. “ also, this paragraph ❤️❤️

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