A sip is all you need

A sip is all you need

Whatever be the moment

A sip is all you need

A sip of nectar

To refreshen my day

In the early morning

A sip of cold water

To get to be more composed

In the day’s chores

A sip of tea

To start the work

When it is needed to accomplish more

A sip of coconut water

To feel the beach

When impoverished

A sip of coffee

To restart an old task

A torn-out book

A scrappy historic lesson

A sip of cold beer

To the scorching heated summer

On the way back to home

A sip of whisky

To enjoy in evening

After a laborious task

A sip of cocktail

To indulge in colours of drinks

When its sunset

A sip of mocktail

To rollick with kids

When they cry for love

A sip of mojito

To forget it all

When its weekend

A sip of champagne

To celebrate again

The commemoration with music

A sip of rum

To feel the heat

When the quilt no longer calefy

A sip of water

To the mouth

When the thirst dwells

A sip is all you need

Whatever be the pretext

A sip is all you need

Published by Nidhika

I have an eager research-based approach to solve problems in the various areas using my expertise. I find solutions based on my experience, research skills, strong knowledge Apart from profession, I have inherent interest in writing especially poems, stories, doing painting, cooking, photography, music to mention a few! And most important on my website you can find my views, ideas, my poems, stories, novels, my comments, my proposals, my blogs, my interests, my personal experiences and short occasional glimpses of my research work as well.

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