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Coffee Cup Poem no.71
Musings Upon Waking Up The sweet smell of freshly mowed grass raises up through the summer air and tickles my nose as it passess along on the warm summer breeze. Read the rest of the Poem at http://www.sosopoems.com
Coffee Cup Poem no.70
I Live Life By the King of Words (Jorge Luis Borges Was Right) I chose to see the world through my eyes and through blank pages letters scrawled across empty spaces and connected by seas of ink. Read the rest of the Poem at http://www.sosopoems.com
Coffee Cup Poem no.69
Theories On the Nature of Tragedy: A Working Mule The devil likes to keep a mule, And nudge it with a stick Or lash it with a whip. When it stumbles, this mule, Loses its balance, and trips It becomes the devil’s trick Read the rest of the Villanelle at http://www.sosopoems.com
Coffee Cup Poem no.68
Come With Me, Little Girl, Dusk is Drawing Near The world I know is burning away Beams of sunlight fall with ashen tips, On fire and lost in the cinder swirls of gray. Read the rest of the Villanelle at http://www.sosopoems.com
Something Wicked This Way Comes
The leaves dance in anticipation, Letting loose a sea of green That travels in waves over the wind Landing in swirls of verdant This is only the beginning read the rest at http://www.sosopoems.com
Read the rest of the poem at http://www.sosopoems.com Tornado Season The sky’s swirl of ashen yellow is deceiving as it tumbles between errie and beauty and rain, once downpour, suddenly fades to a drizzle–everything goes calm. today tornado season begins.
A Sunny Day?
In the midst of a storm ridden week this morning promises sun and a vague idea of heat that buzzes in the air and kisses dew tipped trees. I draw in a breath of muggy daylight and bask in the idea of sunlight. Read more of my poetry at http://www.sosopoems.com
A Good Morning To Teach
This morning I woke up lesson in hand armed with coffee and ready to teach. Rain trickles down and steams my window as I look out on the morning perfectly dreary thinking of the warm classroom— my second home.
Coffee Cup Poem no.64, “Reading Musings of Childhood Nostalgia” by dlpfaff. Click to read the poem!
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Coffee Cup Poem no.29, “The Flattery of Shadows When in Unusual States” by dlpfaff
Coffee Cup Poem no.49, “Watching the Wind Through Glass” by dlpfaff
Coffee Cup Poem no.54, “Mrs. Ramsey, A Moment of Thought”
Coffee Cup Poem no.62, “Jolly Holiday” by dlpfaff
Coffee Cup Poem no.58, “Before Madness Became A Poetic Gift to Women, A Letter”
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