Thoughts Upon a Tassimo

chai tea latte

 

O steaming hiss, O spiced delight

Which percolates this frigid night,

You melt the coldest, hardest heart

By brewing scalding works of art.

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You know it’s cold when your own government puts out public service announcements warning you to stay indoors because of a dangerous wind-chill factor. Long live the Tassimo!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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22 comments on “Thoughts Upon a Tassimo

  1. tinamhunt says:

    Stay in…stay warm!

  2. RoSy says:

    Warm toasty cheers!
    Yep – that cold here too. School has been cancelled for tomorrow. And – advisories have been scrolling on the tv all weekend.

  3. Pam says:

    Love the comfort of a hot drink in a snowstorm!

  4. Caddo says:

    Guess it proves the gov’t cares about some things–that’s an encouragement.

  5. Gallivanta says:

    Brrrrrr….thank goodness for hot drinks and cosy homes.

  6. Lyle Krahn says:

    You should really save poetry like this for the coldest night. There’s not even a 4 in the temperature yet!

  7. Wonderful poem in few words, Melody. I can’t relate to the cold as our weather has been in the high 60’s and sunny. But we’re in dire need of rain or we’ll be heading into a drought. However, your poem reminds me of a hot pumpkin spice latte, which I indulged in a “few times” over the holiday season. 🙂 Take care and stay warm.

    • melodylowes says:

      Pumpkin spice latte sounds rather heavenly to me! I so hope you get some rain – drought is a scary and ugly thing. We are supposed to warm up dramatically by the weekend, so all is well! 🙂

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