Coffee Poetry and Stories

Coffee can inspire one to write!

Wishing You Were Here . . .

January 25, 2012

by Karen Suriano Last night was wonderful making love to you My fingers instinctively knew just what to do If I could play piano like my hands played you I’d be a hit anywhere, in any venue Absolutely fabulous making love to you Maybe next time you could be there too But alone with...
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Coffee, My Old Friend

January 25, 2012

By Karie Lesly An aroma that fills the room with warmth brewing gently, steady and calm. Two friends together in stolen moments sharing soul, heart, life. Weaving through the years like a fine delicate lace. The design unravels details, simplicity, sometimes flaws. And even still, meshing together bonded by each cup. The tenderness of...
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The Need (Haiku)

January 25, 2012

by Karen Suriano desperate people comprise lengthy lines, not for food. their need: starbucks
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she knows

January 25, 2012

she knows by Karen Suriano her hands cool silk cupping his warmest thoughts in their deepest recesses. gone now by decades, but those cool hands part time sink inside the folds of his mind. a silver spoon stirring the moon into his coffee, lifting velvet kisses to his lips. she knows he thinks of...
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HONK-HONK

January 25, 2012

HONK-HONK By Galeigh Read other poems by Galeigh at Allpoetry.com WHAT THE HELL YA HONKIN AT? ARE YOU TRYIN TO WAKE ME UP? “ CAN’T YOU SEE I’M DRINKIN COFFEE FROM MY STARBUCK’S COFFEE CUP?” I GOT SOMETHIN ELSE THAT’S IN MY LAP.. (OF WHICH YOU’D BE AMAZED) “ A FREE GIFT I GOT...
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