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Spoonful of honey Bright sun in February Cream pours like snow falls _______________________ Shadow Shot Sunday
A pink tea cozy around a generous pot in my children’s great-grandmother’s kitchen ________________ A silver tea-ball chain dangling from the rim like a necklace on the Queen of England _________________ In a suburb London rowhouse a bright spot of tea fills the slightest pause in every conversation _________________ Basic and black Robust and aromatic […]
Spilled tumbler of sky Late sun sinking down Drenched teabag bleeds fiery red _______________ More Teapoet Poems HERE.
One sip makes you larger. One sip makes you strong. To whet our tea drinking appetites, we sipped peach oolong. Green Jasmine was the main course with red marzipan for dessert. The poetry of Mary Oliver, Irish priest John O’Donohue, and 13th century Japanese monk Ikkyu was also on the menu. Lighted candles. Sweet wishes. […]
Blushing bowl of crimson flushed with steaming fragrance Mulled leaves swell to peak potential ______________________ Note: More tea poems HERE.
Delicate or robust Hinting fruit, nut or flower Every good cup starts with boiling water ________________________ Note: Read more teapoems HERE.
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First light of morning Sipping green tea with jasmine Great Blue Heron swoops _______________________________ Post notes: The tea poem is one of mine from my TEAPOET chapbook of haiku. The teapots pictured are my friend Katherine’s. She is author of A Tea Poet’s Journey.
~ The following was published in The Floyd Press on August 12, 2010. Satiating, stimulating, social, sweet, and swirling are some of the words Katherine Chantal uses to alliterate her love of tea in her new book of poems, A Tea Poet’s Journey. Written over a period of almost 2 years, the 40 page 5 […]
It must be my Irish DNA that makes me love tea over coffee and dark beer over wine. A pub and a tea shop have a lot in common for those who enjoy a good brew. I’m drawn by the intoxicating flavors, the alluring aromas, the warm and cold, the clear amber tones. […]
Cherry blossom branches spill from China vases Assam passion flirts Note: More teapoet poems are HERE.
Porcelain pots simmer Victorian tea parlor Readers see the future in lingering loose leaves
Beatniks play saucers Ring teaspoon clappers Jam with jazz rappers Sing praises to Lao Tzu Note: For more teapoet poems click and scroll HERE.
Haiku with high tea Best to sip slowly Don’t brew the oolong too long Note: Click and scroll HERE for more teapoet poems.
Sparkling night ignited Stars boil over from the big dipper a milky way of tea ~ From Teapoet, my chapbook of tea haiku and other sips of poetic brew. More teapoems can be read HERE.
Contemplation steeped in a pool of lavish tea Share a cup of gold Note: Meditate on the video clip HERE.
My empty white tea bowl on a white paper saucer held so much potential that I found myself smiling. It seemed to smile back like a happy full moon with a secret. After the swirling tea was poured and my bowl was filled, I gazed into the steamy pool like a clairvoyant. With a meditation […]