This picture looked easy but was kind of difficult to explain yet people have responded with enthusiasm and fun. They taught me so much by their ideas and perspectives about this picture. They talked about life, love, partners, marriage, relationships and friendships. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Hope my fellow authors and bloggers will enjoy them as well.
Following are the entries:
Avinash Das: “‘Q & A’ – Questions in life is like that black coffee ‘Raw – Few people like it – Incomplete – Unapproachable Look’ but Answers to those life’s questions brings the real taste – real look – approachable to all”
Sreepriya Menon: “Like black tea and milk, they blend together to make a family.”
Shrabani Tripathy: LIFE HAPPENS….TEA & COFFEE HELPS..☕☕😃
Pradita Kapahi: “He and she never agree…If he likes it black, she likes it sweet. But he and she can’t live without the other.. and that, in love, is what matters.”
Kalpana Kameshwari Vogeti: “Hold your cup and opportunities well before there’s a slip.”
Nerella Sima Das: “Contents in the cup 🏆 and the colour of the shirts are not same..whereas Sitting together and Holding the cup 🏆 in the same way..that’s all about the harmony of friendship 😊.”
Subha Smita: “‘U & Me’ – Different but always together.. “
Esther Bardhan: “We Agree to Disagree: When Perspectives Merge at Love.”
Preeta Bhatnagar: “‘Love = Respect each other’s choices’
So, I don’t want you to change for me, I love the way you are.”
Ipsita Patra: “Whole and Soul is Life…”
Subhashree Das: “Hot & Cold no lukewarm.”
Gregory G Lewis: “Whether black or white, it’s all coffee on the inside.”
Vidhi Bomb: “Life is part coffee beans and part tea leaves. Dark and dreary sometimes, subtle and beautiful the other times.”
Geetmalini Sahu: “‘As u lyk it’ – sum lyk black & strong coffee ; while sum others prefer coffee creamy n blended with milk.”
Sony Abhishek Rout: “Life is about options. Options co-exists. Our choice, is what matters in the end.”
Arpita Mohanty: “Two aspect of life – i.e. Bitterness and Sweetness.”
Kuljeet Saini: “Life is black and white… It’s up to us to paint the colors in it…”
I don’t want to delay announcing the best one which I chose to be the winner of this particular competition… Esther Bardhan’s caption impacted me more for her simple, sweet yet very profound thought about any relationships, mostly about marriage.
CONGRATULATIONS, ESTHER BARDHAN!
Note: The Wining Poster Certificate was set as the featured image of this post and will be displayed on the site’s sidebar as well till the next competition.