The Art of Tea and Poetry

The Art of Tea and Poetry

We who sketch the lines of nature; make this world our ownA study of da Vinci's lilies

Turmeric Morning Milk

1 cup coconut or almond milk
1/4 tsp ghee or coconut oil
1/4 tsp turmeric paste*
1 cinnamon stick or 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
3-4 thin/thick slices (whichever yo

A Soliloquy of Life

Who am I?
No one in particular
Why write? Because
I am an everyone
a nothing to some and
a someone to none.
I am known,
yet anonymous
an aspiring actress from

Iced Tea: Smooth and Slightly Sweet Hibiscus

2 finger of fresh ginger root (the bigger and thicker; the spicier the tea) 1/3 cup cane sugar 5 tbls. loose hibiscus or 5 hibiscus tea bags 21/2 tbls. freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice Put 5 cups water, ginger,...

Spiced Ice Tea and Rough and Raw Writing Recipe

Spiced IceTea Ingredients: 12 cloves whole 4 cinnamon sticks (broken to release the essence) 6 cracked cardamom pods a long thin strip of lemon zest 8 tsps. loose black tea leaves or herbs: lemongrass, lemon verbena or lemon balm* 1/2...

Coming Home

Sitting on speed, metal wings in flight
black ribbons below adorned in sequins of light
screeching engines startle Night
as Time descends
Feet on ground baggage bound

A Rhyme from Romper Room

Jack and Jill hit the campaign trail
To fetch a bushel of voters
Jack fell down for being a clown
And Jill went Galluping forward

Up got Jack from his stumbling act
As fa

Birth of a River

mute starkness
an exhausted desert
blue sky white night
flesh on flesh
marital rite
in heat, soaked in sweat
body to body
a rapturous duet

A Lone Traveler

A solitary spirit
Effeminate in form

Asphalting miles of memories
Treading many a storm:

Intellectual roads
Laid with diamonds and dust

Carnal paths

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