Who Does Not Love?
Who Does Not Love?2 mins 117 2 mins 117
Who does not?
Who does not love this succulent scrumptious stuff? The ambrosia of all weather? It entices young and old alike. . . proves age is just a number. A gift for all occasion. . . Feast for the eyes and balm for soul rejuvenates body effects overhaul. Indulgence is a sin. . . Since it adds to obesity. But the temptation is so difficult to resist, people jump parole often, commit the same crime again again. When the delectable flavor invites with open arms and says. . . "Kiss me and close your eyes Miss me. . . Lick your finger tips Dollops of happiness fill the eyes "The above ad by Cadbury says it all. Like love, the experience of having chocolate is to be felt and savoured. The serene divine feeling can only be had by letting a piece of chocolate melt in the mouth as you slowly lick it with love and care. Having born six decades ago, I was not privy to varieties and assortments. we had a few flavors like orange, imli and mango. Milk and cocoa chocolates were imported then and only rich had access. But we were a happy lot. Small was big then and a few was more. The distinct tastes still linger, make me nostalgic. Yes. . . Those were the days of yore. I have evolved as a person So also the chocolates I have mellowed with age They too have softened their stance. For children of this generation don't prefer anything hard. . Or they are doubtful of the strength of their teeth? Debatable. . . But one thing that has not changed over decades is. . . It makes us happy As a gift it fits any occasion. . . for it is convenient and lifts mood like no other. Chocolates. . . I love to have I love to gift I love to store in different pockets of refrigerator, so that I can surprise myself each time I discover. Long Live!