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Tableware Poems

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Premium Member She Made A Home CL
She made a home in half a day
from lonely walls and dusty air.
She added books and pens, a spray 
of scent, a bed, some tableware,
a shoe-rack, and a leather chair
that chuckled with genteel decay,
then strung up fairy lights with care
to...Read More
Categories: tableware, home,
Form: Lay



Pen Sated

My auspicious Holiday Muse,
it has a hunger pang...
A pen which merrily sings of words,
joyously written in the heart
Honored friends and guests 
invited freely 
to a feast of thoughts

Etiquette tableware articulation
is succulently presented:

Romantic spooning
lovingly receives
a lip passion dipped
extra helping

Fork tongue behavior...Read More
Categories: tableware, allusion, appreciation, holiday, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Sunday Diptych
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski 5/21/2019

I

In plain clothes, at the table on the benches
boys like oaks used to the plow.
Drink to us father!, because the gifts are getting cold 
in tableware, and in the fields the new is still shimmering.

Drink to...Read More
Categories: tableware, poems,
Form: Free verse
Underneath your pillow
You've been hiding from me long enough
Now I'm willing to take with me
Anyone willing to go after you
To close the hate I have for you in a cup
Sweetened with my no
To polish my tableware clean

Baby, baby, maybe I was just...Read More
Categories: tableware, art, child, god,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Moment Stolen in Time Beside Me Lay
As I stand by the kitchen window I must say
My chin against my chest spent from working all day
Warm wet soapsuds adhere to my hands as I pray
Washing the seasoned tableware, running away
Unfasten thoughts of daily drudgery workday

An incredible tranquil...Read More
Categories: tableware, dream, work,
Form: Monorhyme



Table Talk
We're sitting on the Dining Table, 
Salt and Pepper by ourselves, 
Tablecloth is in the drier, 
Dinner Plates still on the shelves. 

Later on there'll be a banquet, 
fifteen guests, and all black-tie, 
candlelight and lots of flowers, 
supper time...Read More
Categories: tableware, writing,
Form: Quatrain
Table Talk


...dedicated to Billy Collins


We're standing on the Dining Table, 
Salt and Pepper by ourselves, 
Tablecloth is in the drier, 
Dinner Plates still on the shelves. 
Later on there'll be a banquet, 
fifteen guests, an all black-tie, 
candlelight and lots of...Read More
Categories: tableware, funny, on writing and words,
Form: Quatrain
Hewing a Colorful Christmas
Green, spruce tree with ornaments to spare
Turquoise lights gleam and brightly flare
Crimson stockings are bulging with a sweeter fare
Purple, velvet bows spliced on presents with care
Blue garlands hung de rigueure
Bronze crèche our faith to bare
Chartreuse curtains with glittering trim rim...Read More
Categories: tableware, holiday
Form: Rhyme
Table Talk
We're sitting on the Dining Table, 
Salt and Pepper by ourselves, 
Tablecloth is in the drier, 
Dinner Plates still on the shelves. 

Later on there'll be a banquet, 
fifteen guests, and all black-tie, 
candlelight and lots of flowers, 
supper time...Read More
Categories: tableware, imagination
Form: Rhyme
God's Artistry
Who taught the fish to swim,
in garden's pond.
Who paiinted the flower's gloriour colors,
showing them dances on the lawn.

Who captured fluffy clouds, 
and tied them in the air.
Who pasted the universe overhead,
shining on God's tableware.

Who made the fuzzy worm crawl this...Read More
Categories: tableware, faith, love, nature, universe,
Form: I do not know?