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Are you sure you want to put that on Facebook?
You made back then
Would play out this way
At the time, they were fun
Never thought much about them
Living in the moment seemed right
Never imagined consequences
That would give you pause down the road a piece
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Waking up to coffee–two cups, one accompanied by two fresh-baked cookies and half a power bar. Plenty of breakfast. As I sip, I read Coffee Poems, purchased recently after reading on Jen Payne’s blog that she’d had a poem published in this anthology. (Yes, all the poems are about, or at least mention, coffee.) Here is Jen’s poem:
Measuring Water by Sound
I want to know the color of your eyes, not just the browns
and greens of them, but by the specific Pantone colors of
I want to know by rote how your tongue forms the syllables
of my name, the way your lips make words in the dark.
I want to know your skin like I know my favorite sweater,
how it caresses my shoulders, hugs my hips…where it rests
against my belly.
I want to know you by sound, the way I know I’ve poured
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