Saturday, April 18, 2015

Day 18-Tea Lover-NaPoWriMo with Magaly Guerrero 2015

Today's prompt was to write a sensual poem dedicated to coffee or tea or both.



Tea Love

You leave me quenched,
after I apply the heat.
Keeping you waiting
makes you stronger 
in your desire
to please.
I prefer your ardour
cooled,
but I will take you
any way
I can get you,
any day, any season.
Iced tea is my drink, all day and as the poem says, any season. I have consumed a lot of it, many brands, and Luzianne is the best for iced tea. My dad liked it so sweet it was like drinking dessert, so does my son-in-law. I drink it straight!

To see all of the prompts for this month:http://magalyguerrero.com/napowrimo-with-magaly-guerrero-2015/








                             






13 comments:

  1. That line about "desire to please"...I giggled (in a good way!). Oh yeah... nice!

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    1. Giggling is good...well, maybe not at certain moments! Hahaha
      Look where you made me go, Rommy! Lol

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  2. I love ice tea too ;o) I love your poem ;o) "in your desire to please"! Big Hugs ;o)

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  3. Iced Tea is the official drink down here--I had never had it till I came to Oklahoma(not a big drink in Chicago ;_) ) I do enjoy it a lot, but not as much--obviously!!!- as you do. This is quite a neat little poem, by the by--sneakily good in structure and phrase. Lots of fun, Sharon.

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    1. Then you know all about Luzianne! My first 12 years were lived in Texas. I think my mom must have put it in my bottle! Lol
      Thank you for the nice words!

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  4. Niiiiice. Good, good poem. Favorite line: "Keeping you waiting makes you stronger in your desire to please." Perfect!!!
    Also, I love tea. LOVE it. Everyday.

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    1. Much thanks, Elena! I really love tea, too!

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  5. How can something cold be sooo hot! Your pauses and breaks are magnificently placed, my Sharon!

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