12 comments on “Coffee

  1. zennjennc says:

    Yuck, yesterday’s coffee. You need to make a fresh pot 🙂

  2. Inescapable though…

  3. JazzBumpa says:

    best to let the old dregs go
    that bitterness is poison

    Cheers!
    JzB

  4. Don’t drink coffee from yesterday and if you will do … than boil it than it tastes ok. My granddad (God have’s soul) said that always and called the ‘Jewish Coffee’, don’t ask me why I cannot tell you. The only thing I know … it was a compliment.

  5. Maggie says:

    ew. Desperation… But could also be a metaphor for something much more meaningful.

  6. That cup sounds like a metaphor.

  7. yes there is a symbolism in the bottom of that cup 🙂

  8. kz says:

    powerful haiku.
    put that cup down ^^ new day calls for new coffee

  9. Cathy Tenzo says:

    I see a metaphor. To Kristjaan’s point, I bet it’s called Jewish coffee as a compliment because it’s thrifty–if I have leftover coffee I put it in the fridge and either drink it cold later or reheat. I am also thrifty. Nice haiku!

  10. artmusedog says:

    Wonderful haiku from my perspective of ‘letting go’ of the bitter dregs of yester year ~ Happy Day to you ^_^

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