Forever Mine- A Poem

Forever Mine

Forever mine

In my arms

I hold your head

Close to my chest

Your breath on my skin

I feel so calm in your embrace

This feeling I ran away from

For so long

Has become my shining star

You are all I need

And all I want

With you I am finally

Happy


“Forever Mine” was inspired by me being too busy to write an entire post lol. Actually I wrote this a few days ago and was saving it to post in the future. But I decided to just post it today.

I had a really busy day because I made something Indian for lunch. Unfortunately, Indian food is delicious but takes a long time to make. For those of you that are familiar with Indian food, I made vegan paratha’s with two types of stuffing. I made some with radish stuffing and some with kimchi and potato stuffing. Obviously, kimchi is not Indian so the paratha’s were more like Korean/Indian fusion food, lol. But they turned out delicious and this was my first time making them. My mum was like “I’m so proud of you” πŸ˜₯

Oh, and I also spent some of my day making vegan ponytail kimchi. I used this recipe but modified it a little bit because I didn’t have a couple of the ingredients and I substituted the non-vegan stuff. I’ve made it before and it’s not that difficult. And everyone except me tried it and loved it. Even my sister who usually avoids my food, lol. I used a different kimchi for my paratha.

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69 thoughts on “Forever Mine- A Poem

  1. Love the poem… And so I heard much preparation is needed when making Indian food. A colleague on my team was planning to make something that sounded so good, I asked for the recipe…😱 I’ll try it one of these days!

  2. Lovely poem Pooja. Such a wonderful sense of contentment.

    Your dishes sound delicious. Live by Indian food, so yup, the prep time takes forever. πŸ₯΄ And you tackled quite a lot, too. That sounds like a lot of time in the kitchen, lol. But since it made your mum proud, it was worth the time and effort πŸ™πŸ€

  3. I can smell your delicious food from here. Thank you for sharing. And sometimes cooking is a delight and sometimes it is really a bore. However we all know the value of tasty meals. Yes, I actually heard that Indian food takes more time to cook and it has such complex flavors…

    1. Haha thanks. Yeah, Indian food is all about the process os the spices can flavour the food perfectly. So it takes time but it is what it is. Worth a delicious meal though.

  4. Again a lovely poem, but without any violence this time. Maybe there were some covert intrigues and mischievous plots to get the result, i.e. Forever Mine.

    As regards radish and potato stuffed parathas, these taste really yummy but these are soaked in ghee/oil, and hence not meant for people always counting calories. However, there is no harm in trying such parathas once in a while. Their aroma, crispness and taste is so much mouth-watering that you can hardly resist eating them.

    1. Haha perhaps I left the violence to the readers imagination this time.

      I made them with very little oil so yes it’s okay as a treat sometimes. Especially since I eat oil-free on other days. They are definitely very delicious. Especially when fresh and crispy.

  5. Interesting the poem is not anyhow related to what you’ve written below it.
    I love the poem.
    And I’m interested to know more about this kimchi Paratha.
    Share some recipe and pics please.
    As ghee is made of cow/buffalo milk
    So what did you used instead?
    Like how did you cook it?
    And do you realise that this cooking is a great therapy, so keep doing it.
    Send my Hi to RG.

    1. Lol yes, the poem is very self explanatory this time πŸ˜…

      I’ll share the recipe next time I make them since I didn’t take pictures this time. It was a spur of the moment decision to make them. But they were so good I need to share it with everyone. I used very little oil since it was my cheat day πŸ˜‚

      1. Atleast nobody died. Otherwise, I thought you would have killed someone with the theme going on πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚

        Hey, cool
        I will wait for the recipe and pics and will try it then.
        Since when did you started having a cheat day? πŸ€”

  6. I like kimchi but cannot imagine a kimchi paratha. We regularly buy Indian food in our supermarkets here as we got used to that as normal diet during our twenty years in Bharat Mata.

  7. Heart touching poetry. It made me remember when I first fell in love with my husband. The dishes you prepared sounds delicious. I have never had Indian food. I will have to try it sometime. Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

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