Endearing Noon

I still remember the endearing

noon we’ve spent

under that tree,

over coffee,

listening to those retro hits,

eyes into the eyes,

speaking through constant

smiles than any word

that coffee was full of love. 
– SumitOfficial 




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Sumit Yadav(25), popularly known as SumitOfficial, is a blogger from Mumbai who has been writing since 5 years, and has posted 600+ Blog Posts till now. He is an MBA and works in an Educational Industry in Mumbai as a Senior Career Consultant. His spare-time activities include creative things like -- Acting, Photographing, mimicking, singing. He has worked with Radios, appeared on National TV, interviewed authors, appeared on newspapers for multiple activities, and has written reviews for magazines. Also, he's been consistently writing offline in his journals for more than 875+ days now. He believes in Continuous Progression, and Exponential Growth. 

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76 thoughts on “Endearing Noon”

  1. First of all yeh coffee ke liye😘😘😘😘… Coffee is my third love the first is books and second love is chocolates😍…..
    Wow wow wow wow😘😘😘😘loved it n maybe could relate to this😉😂not that way but i loved the idea of speaking through eyes and smiles😘😘😘😘😘#Loved it❤❤❤Aaj kya mera mood change karne ka mann bana liya hain dono posts ne bilkul flow meh ladiya… Heart touching😍😘❤

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    1. Hahahaha…M agar humari chhoti si Shivee Ka mood humari posts kar Sakti hain to hum tens of posts 1 din me post karde 😘😘😘😊

      Aur itte sare Pyaare pyare love tune hee le liye kuch mere liye build rakh. 😋😜😉
      Chocolate bhi me khajaunga Teri, books bhi me le lunga Teri😉

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      1. Haha lelo lelo baatne seh pyaar badhta hain😉BTW I rarely share my love😇😇😉… And this was such a sweet comment would love to read n comment again😁😘😘😘😘😘

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  2. Very nice…I smile as I read your words for a second time🙂…sipping on my coffee! Lol. Can’t go a day without it; no matter how late I wake up. That warm , foamy goodness combined with good company; perfectó😚☺😚🤗

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  3. The best way a girl expresses is through smile and the best way a guy expresses is through eyes. And the best conservations are with a cup of coffee !!
    Perfectly expressed by you 😍

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  4. I like it Summit, I’ll never think of coffee that same way. Thanks for the like on rutjob. Would love to hear your feedback. Feel free to leave a comment, youd be doing me a solid buddy, have a good day

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      1. I ain’t shocked hearing that. To the letter you wrote to your mom you mentioned therein that it wasn’t feasible for you then to enroll in convent though your mom wanted to….

        But over time, you have been reading so many books, you’re a Cosmopolitan now.. dealing with hundreds and more people daily…
        You definitely know more than me…

        So now rate my skill…

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      2. Yes, my journey has been so fluctuating.

        1-5th grade- Gujarati Medium
        6-8th grade- Hindi Medium
        9-10th- English medium with Sanskrit
        11-12th grade- PCM
        Graduation- Computer science
        MBA- Marketing and HR.

        I’ve completed my PG at the age of 21. But my passion was beyond academic studies.

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      3. This is news to me.
        I have been fortunate enough to complete my education in a convent school..
        But I screwed it in graduation…
        I did B.com and then I did MA.. I don’t have any professional degree.
        I am a mess. People think I was wrong to choose MA. But I think differently….

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      4. Absolutely not. When I see you now excelling so beautifully being a teacher and a poetess. I guess, this is what you were meant to do.

        I love what you do.

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      5. But there’s a thing.. I don’t have any professional degree to survive there in a long run.
        Teachers need B.ed.. and I don’t want..that degree is pretty cliche..I don’t want that tag on me…
        Either you stop me at MA or Allow me to to do something in English…

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      6. ENGLISH. That’s your type, Rashmi.

        Do something in that. And believe me, if you have a passion you degree won’t even matter.

        Nothing to brag, I sit with my colleagues in the office who are University toppers, or people who’ve spent 8-15 lakhs for their MBAs.

        And they get shocked to know I’ve done my MBA in hardly Rs 60,000 for 2 years.

        And my pay is equal to them. They’re earning to pay the loans now where I sit and chill. 😂

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      7. I get you but I always have been in a shelter. I fear something new always. Safest profession for now is teaching. And you know it’s my school, my people guiding me and protecting me. I won’t get a better place than this and earning without degree is a deal in today’s time. They won’t keep me if I ain’t qualified…
        Caliber is different but qualification is needed.

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    1. But on a genuine note if you ask me I’d give you 9/10.

      Suggestion as your genuine reader:

      In your every post, you by mistakenly use past particle with its third form.

      Example: I didn’t ‘knew’.
      Correct one: I didn’t ‘know’.

      Baaki toh you’re amazing with your English.

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      1. Haha! Professors are clever. I also had an arrogant professor who’d get crazy if I do not even put a comma in a sentence.

        The credit for making me a constant blogger goes to him.

        Once upon a time in 2015 when I had attended the first i-5 summit by IIM-Indore and IIT-Indore for 3 days. And when I tried to surprise him by saying what all I’ve learnt there, he didn’t give any fuck about it.

        When I said, why don’t you trust me?

        He said, do you have it documented?
        I was astonished, what do you mean?
        He then explained it to me, if you claim to be a blogger then write your experiences for what all you did there and then it might help someone too.
        I smiled and wrote one later.

        And since then, I never stop putting up my experiences.

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      2. He was the most intelligent and an arrogant professor I’ve ever encountered with. Divyani and I were the CRs of the classes. So it was always easy for us to get anything we want because HODs were very much aware about us.

        He never gave us any fucks. He’d not even care if we do anything for ourselves until it makes the impact on college.

        Although, he left his profession after 6 months his new business but the learnings, I have from him, is for a lifetime now.

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