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Hot tea is a great comfort. Enjoyed this haiku.
Glad you enjoyed it .... the spiced aromatic tea is too good :)
Thanks Celestine ! Loved your creamy coffee kiss with my spiced tea :P
Pass me a cup, too! Nicely written.
You'll most certainly get a cup and that too one of a class :P Thanks haiku buddy :)
Nice! I can smell the aroma :)
That's first first best thing before the steam ... :) Thanks for stopping by :)
Lovely tea. Commenting from wordpress is broken again.https://alicekeysmd.wordpress.com/2014/12/08/tea-parties/
Thanks Alice.... have a hot sip dear :)
You haiku warms hearts
Thanks Judith ... though a compassionate heart like yours is never cold :)
Ahhh! Very nice ---
Thanks dear I am facing some problem with your site .. so unable to comment lately... loved the 'An evening of Sleet ' Hope you understand :) wishes :)
Thanks Neil !
Lovely Haiku Kokila..:)
Thanks Nagini.. I must add a beautiful book along with it to make it Picture perfect for you :)
Made me feel warmer just thinking about it. Nice!
Thanks Kathy for the sweet comment .. The day I wrote it , it was cold here in Bangalore too so I guess it was the only take on hot I could do :)
Wonderful! Your creations are absorbed within soon soothing like a medicine for heart having a dose of which fills any emptiness. I am very happy to be your reader Kokila, thank you very much!TC! Keep smiling :)
You are too kind Sindhu and generous with your words dear ... Its a blessing to have readers and more than that, friends like you :) Life seems more meaningful and beautiful :)
Kahwa! Kajri sounds better with kahwa; don't you think so? Kajri ke haath me kahwa :P Loved the emotion conveyed. It's indeed a truth for Indians residing in North during winter. I always warm my hands from cup during winters. I could not describe the feelings in words better than yours. :)
ye Kajri kya meri hi post se aayi hai ? If yes.. you are in BIG trouble chote bhai ! :P :)Thanks for the sweet words Ravish.... yes even I used to do the same with glass/kulhad but with milk in it :) And how could I forget... you might be doing this right now... its very cold there !
nothing like a cup of tea, and for the UPites.. 'ek chaay ho jaaye' for everything :D (I barely drink tea.. actually, I don't ;) except those occasion where refusing would be rude)btw, oh back to you Haiku.. kahwa :D mast... I love how you write Haiku in Hindi..:)
nostalgic and sweethome's warm reminiscencesit drips into heart
A lovely comment and thanks for such a beautiful corresponding haiku Shanx .. :)it drips into heartfirst kiss of rain on parched earthit seeps into soul it seeps into souland nourishes every cell,am soaked, nostalgia !
A warm cup of kahwa or tea on a chilly day is like the best thing ever. Beautifully expressed :D.
Thanks for the sweet comment Aseem and for stopping by and sharing this warm cup of tea :)
Your views make this blog work ...Thanks a lot. :)