Treasure Island

Bob Axell

(07-10-1989 / Gällivare)

Morning


May I have a cup
Of mild green tea?
Picked freshly
From green tea leaves

To sip while the sun
It's journey has begun
Rising to the world
Greeting everyone

May I have some bread
By my mild green tea?
With faint garlic taste
That I can eat briefly

Chew on while the birds
Awaken to the world
And break beautiful silence
With the most beautiful words

You've heard.

Submitted: Friday, October 09, 2009
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