Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

Auburn, South Australia
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Auburn, South Australia
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Tea Talk

Rating: 4.8

'Excuse me if I sit on you,' the cup said to the saucer.
'I fear I've been here all the afternoon.'
'Spare excuses,' said the saucer; 'you have sat on me before, sir.'
'Oh, I'll stir him up directly,' said the spoon.
'Stop your clatter! Stop your clatter!' cried the bread-and-butter platter
'Tittle-tattle!' sneered the tea-pot, with a shrug;
'Now, the most important question is my chronic indigestion.'
'Ah, you've taken too much tannin,' jeered the jug.
'Hey, hey, hey!' sang the silver-plated tray,
'It's time you had your faces washed. I've come to clear away!'

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Ratnakar Mandlik 21 August 2017

A beautifully envisioned interesting write, full of humor and written in lighter vein.

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Hassan Hayati 21 August 2017

Personification is taught skilfully, Rhyme also is perfect.

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Liza Sudina 21 August 2017

Native American people, Indians, believed that everything has its spirit and may talk. Their population is starving and diminishing in America, their native land! modern people just lost this ability with techno progress.

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Bernard F. Asuncion 21 August 2017

It's fun to read this kind of poem......Thanks...

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Rajnish Manga 21 August 2017

Lovely breakfast scene created along with conversation of tea and tableware. Quite interesting. Thanks.

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Seamus O Brian 21 August 2017

A delightfully whimsical piece from an author of prodigious personal nomenclature.

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Edward Kofi Louis 21 August 2017

Said the spoon! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Anil Kumar Panda 21 August 2017

Very enjoyable conversation among spoon, jug, cup etc. Written beautiful it is very interesting.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 21 August 2017

The title has been justified. Beautifully inscribed.

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