Coffee Poetry and Stories

Coffee can inspire one to write!

Give Me Some Humor With My Cup Of Joe Please!

January 27, 2012

By Desiree A. Krautkramer Now I am not one to speak lowly of the corporate giant Starbucks, but I have to say that when any business becomes larger and starts to want to give its customers a corporate defined experience, there tends to be something missing from the overall experience for the customers who...
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Coffee Aroma And Memories

January 27, 2012

By Claudberta Meador I had intended to write a sentimental composition about the theme of coffee bouquets and memories, but decided that CocoaJava.com needed more than one perspective. It would be much like drinking a new brand of coffee and not allowing anyone else to have an opinion on the matter. After much research...
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Real Coffee

January 27, 2012

By D. Sophie Washington My grandfather was a true believer of starting with the bean, from the bush to the pot, to achieve what he considered to be the best and freshest coffee. I was always the curious one and wanted to learn how to do everything grandpa did, from milking the cow to...
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Death Came To Tea

January 25, 2012

by Karen Suriano She sat at my sunny bistro table in front of the walnut bookcase neatly stuffed with classics and my favorite tales, heavy ivy hanging down. She wore a wide brimmed hat of green leafy leaves, a collar trim of dark pink boa feathers, fat and fluffy, and an oh so infectious...
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Meeting Death for Coffee at Starbucks

January 25, 2012

A grim, sassy poem by Karen Suriano.
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