Starry Coffee Serenity

In the still of night, under starry skies so high,
A girl at her balcony, with coffee by her side.
She sips in silence, a moment to unwind,
As thoughts in her mind, like constellations, align.

She gazes beyond, where city lights do gleam,
A world of stories, in each twinkling beam.
The coffee’s warmth, a comforting embrace,
A balm for her soul, a gentle, soothing grace.

She’s been through trials, her heart has known the ache,
But in this quiet moment, no words of heartbreak.
For in the simple act of sipping, she finds,
A way to heal wounds, to ease troubled minds.

She won’t speak of pain, won’t let it return,
But in this coffee’s warmth, new strength she’ll discern.
A girl at her balcony, beneath the midnight sky,
Sipping coffee, finding solace, letting old hurts pass by.


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This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla.  


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72 thoughts on “Starry Coffee Serenity”

  1. Nnniicceeee…I really love the last two sentences. “A girl at her balcony, beneath the midnight sky,
    Sipping coffee, finding solace, letting old hurts pass by”, they give me so much hope.

  2. It’s truly touching to read about the power of solitude and how it can bring comfort and peace in difficult times. The image of a girl sipping coffee on her balcony while the stars were out captured my attention. It’s amazing how such a simple act can provide solace and help one heal from the trials of life. Your words describe a picture of hope and resilience, reminding us that even in the darkest of times, there is always a way to find comfort and strength. It’s wonderful to know that there are ways to find peace and healing when we need them most.

  3. This is such a sad yet deep poem. So many people sip or drink their problems away to deal with them. Your words literally make my imagination come to life. Wonderful poem.

  4. What a delightful read. The way Moni describes the experience of sipping coffee under the starry night sky is simply enchanting. It makes me want to pack my bags and head to that serene coffee spot right away!

  5. While I am not a coffee drinker, I can replace that with tea and easily see how this could be a soothing way to ease your worries… standing on a balcony, watching the city lights and stars in the sky.

  6. This is beautiful, I loved reading this! I have a friend who I think will like this as well so I will share this with her.

  7. What a beautifully evocative poem! Your words transport me to that serene moment on the balcony, where the stillness of the night meets the comforting warmth of coffee. ☕ The way you’ve described the constellations aligning with thoughts is simply magical. It’s a reminder of how simple moments can hold so much power to heal and soothe our souls. Thank you for sharing this heartfelt piece; it resonates deeply with the solace many of us find in those quiet, coffee-filled moments.

  8. Melanie williams

    From an absolute coffee lover this is an amazing poem! I love the line ‘But in this coffee’s warmth, new strength she’ll discern’ very powerful xx

  9. Love the mood of the post you created for this poem. Your poem is beautifully written too…there’s something comforting in its words. Thank you for sharing!

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  11. Your descriptions took me to that cozy coffee shop under the starry sky. I could almost taste the cappuccino as I read. Your writing is fantastic, and it made me want to visit that place right now.

  12. The part about not speaking of pain but finding strength in the warmth of coffee hits close to home. I’ve often found it challenging to put my struggles into words, but a quiet moment with a hot cup of coffee somehow speaks volumes. It’s amazing how something as simple as a cup of coffee can become a source of strength and peace.

  13. I resonate with this girl Moni! The midnight sky with the occasional car headlight passing by, the moon, and the stars, all offer a kind of peace very conducive to healing. Amazing lines!

  14. “letting old hurts pass by” that should be our attitude and perspective towards life. Sometime, some quiet time with ourselves with a cup of steaming coffee is enough to give us clarity and let us move ahead in our life.

  15. This is such a deep poem. It reminds us that sometimes, in the stillness of the night, we can find the courage to let go of past hurts and embrace the comforting warmth of the present. Just loved it.

  16. Ironically, I am reading this beautiful poetry while sipping a cup of tea I made solely for myself. After a point of time, we accept our reality no matter how hard it was or how much pain it gave us. And from that very moment, our growth and healing journey begins.

  17. I am not much into reading poems but loved your poem. indeed, sometimes it is hard to express pain with words and sipping a cup of coffee can sooth us to calm our soul and give us much needed strength that we need to overcome pain and other challenges.

  18. The moments of loneliness give us the privilege to think, and we feel calm. Peace of mind we all need, and these moments of solitude give us the chance to enjoy peace and think better, brighter, and positive. Sometimes, the bruises of pain are so deep and invisible from the outside that we need that corner of our nest where we can sit and talk to ourselves to come out bold and confident, taking lessons from the bruises. It happens to me too… in such situations, I separate myself from others, let it be even for a few hours only…. I take tea and graze at the stars… the one that looks the brightest that night, I consider that star as my grandpa. I talk to him, pouring my heart out, and many times, tears roll down…. he listens to me patiently, and when I recover from my state of mind… I find myself relaxed with a clear vision of what I must do next. All I do is thank that moment of life, the big sky, my grandpa star who handled my emotions of pain with care and made me the better version of myself.
    Moni, with every passing day, your poetry is making me feel mesmerized, and I am glad to see the level of depth in your poems. You are gifted with amazing talent, and working really hard to use that talent beautifully using your inking skill. Keep inking.

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