Thursday, June 19, 2008

A Cup Of Tea Comments

Rating: 4.8
It's as hot as her fervent eyes
Welcoming as her cute smile
Soothing as her sweet words
Calming as her delicate hands

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Jazlle D. H.
COMMENTS
Indira Renganathan 10 September 2009
So also kissing her lips means is like sipping a cup of tea....wonderful that a person can be allured over a cup of tea....provided that the tea should be tastily prepared...inspiring poem
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I prefer coffee... LOL.. Great and smoothing poem Krista
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Ashraful Musaddeq 27 August 2008
Enjoyed this cup of tea.
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Tom Balch 26 August 2008
I too love a nice cup of 'rosie lee', lovely poem joan regards Tom
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Annika Park 18 August 2008
I feel like drinking a cup of tea with this poem. I can't imagine that a simple cup of tea will be a very nice poem. Lovely poem Joan. Warm regards, Annika
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Mark Swaine 17 August 2008
Short and sweet I loved it...I like chilled out original work like this!
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Raj Nandy 13 August 2008
We begin our day with this cup and yet we take it for granted! Let these lines be remembered by all tea drinkers when they start their day! -Raj Nandy
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Ariah Nelson 03 August 2008
This is a really good poems! I love it.
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Paul Butters 12 July 2008
My Mum would like this, as she loves a cuppa! The warmth of the tea is well expressed. Good write. Paul.
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Nora Eason 10 July 2008
Very, Very, Good, I give you a 10+ I wouldn't change a thing.
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Mohammad Al-kurdi 10 July 2008
i can say nothing but good about it.reading it make me shape the picture.that can be only with literature.............so cool.
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Bill Thomas 10 July 2008
... & reading this poem is like getting a fresh, fragrant cup of tea from you, Joan. Thank you.
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Ershad Mazumder 09 July 2008
Really very sweet piece.
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C. P. Sharma 09 July 2008
You have used great and apt similes for the modern elixir of life as Shakespeare says about sleep: '..................... sore labour's bath, Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course, Chief nourisher in life's feast, —' An awesome poem. A new way to look at things. Keep it up.
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Khanyisile Cele 09 July 2008
This is short and sweet I enjoyed reading it.
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Frank Cannon 08 July 2008
Reading this makes me want to go and make some tea... and more fully enjoy your wonderful brew.
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Raj Nandy 07 July 2008
JOAN, This is real good and I really liked reading it! Rating is 10! - Raj Nandy
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Ivor Hogg 07 July 2008
The English cure for all ills good word usage presented in poetic prose
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Rajaram Ramachandran 07 July 2008
I never knew all these days there is so much in a cup of tea!
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Somebody Else 07 July 2008
The final simile is the dominant image and the heart of the matter. The leading similes may be overstating the obvious. By the time the reader gets to the impact image, he is drowning in a saucer of images when he should be sipping the succulence of your final image and feeling the hug in the simplicity of the cup of tea -
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