“Cravings …” and other fabulous coffee poems in response to the last Wednesday Writing Prompt … grab a cuppa joe and join us

::coffee::
::coffee been::
&
::harrogate in the rain::

published in ‘The Poet by Day’

thanks to G Jamie Dedes

THE POET BY DAY

A selection of Bialetti moka pots at Koffiebranderij BOON in The Hague, by Takeaway under CC BY-SA 4.0

Coming soon from The Poet by Day: Coffee, Tea and Poetry – bookmark it now, debut to be announced


Thanks to all the poets who came out to play last week for Wednesday Writing Prompt June 28, “tell us about your morning coffee …. or tea.”  

A cup of java, a Danish, and thou. What could possibly be better in a world gone mad? Enjoy …


The View Over Morning Coffee

I’ve yet to tire of the view
refined by changes over time
the tiny shafts of morning light
brighten landscape till it shines.

And on the grass the morning dew
reflects like diamonds on each blade
dampness slow to dissipate
it lingers under oaken shade

The shadows shift, the seasons pass
a single constant still remains:
I see the…

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