brewing words


i drink too much
coffee. see,

when i reach the
bottom of my cup
i’m supposed to
get up
and do something be
-sides

play
with all the
fun
words.

and it’s over
-cast today,
so all i want to

do is play

with all the fun
words.

so i’m sitting here,
sippin’ and grippin’
my keys, unlocking
the sneeze of syllables
onto page.

are you stirred? let’s stay
awhile and pile ourselves
under black kern
-als of thought, tiny pieces
caught in craw, clacked
raw, just play with

all the fun:
words.

some say that poems
are overrated. well,

at least i’m well

caffeinated.

..
happy monday. happy writing.
let’s stay awhile longer, yes?
shared at Poets United poetry pantry.

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22 Responses to brewing words

  1. ZQ says:

    Haha Good one!

  2. Kir Piccini says:

    Jitters? 😉

  3. I was just thinking today how you like to play with all the fun words!! And there you go…:)

  4. Claire says:

    I’ll stay and play words with you! Mine’s a non-caf though (sacrilege!)

  5. tsdwords says:

    Well, well, well–very well done 🙂

  6. dani says:

    thank you for the smile! i only have one cup of coffee a day ~ it’s a 24 ounce cup, but i only have one.

  7. totomai says:

    the power of coffee – inspires you to find the words.

  8. Oh my word, I freaking LOVE this poem!!!

    “caught in craw, clacked
    raw, just play with”

    This, especially. I love the idea of playing a game of “With.” 😉

  9. Candy says:

    Love the way the end of a line leads us somewhere unexpected. 🙂

  10. Sumana Roy says:

    “tiny pieces / caught in craw, clacked / raw,”…hmmm…enjoyed a lot….thanks 🙂

  11. Playing with words.. Love that one too.. and certainly caffeinated 🙂

  12. Susan says:

    What fun. I do think the words brew with the coffee. I’m thinking of trying to see what would happen if I didn’t caffeinate Someday.

  13. Sherry Marr says:

    I love this, De, especially sneezing the words onto the page!

  14. mia says:

    So my mom has always called a bra a “bray” for fun. So this time, when I read the title, I saw “Bray Wing,” which of course means “Bra Wing.” So now I’m picturing a dragon trying to put on a bra, working around those pesky wings. 😉 She’s really frustrated, by the way.

  15. glmeisner says:

    Caffeine is more over rated then poems. Keep the words.

  16. Glad you played! And your poetry is definitely NOT overrated 🙂

  17. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    Ha! Funny how the caffeine and the poetry go together! 🙂

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