Two elderly couples seated at a table,
In their small town coffee shop café,
All seem to be approaching their golden years of life,
Yet so filled in an “Agape’ “, friendship loving way.
Men sharing football team statistics,
While the ladies share what God in their life has done?
Neither aware of what the other is sharing,
Just sharing their love over coffee,
And having true” Agape’” fun.
So much long ago, seemed to be shared this way,
Over a warm cup of coffee, or maybe even tea?
Now things seem much different, so divided,
Of that thing called, “Agape” to me.
By: Linda Winchell
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