BrewNSpew Cafe 2018/2019

BrewNSpew Cafe – March 4, 2019


flowers sharing smiles

a springy celebration

nature’s emotions

 Word of the week –

lollygag (or less commonly lallygag), lollygagged, lollygagging – (verb) – fool around, dawdle. Synonyms – crawl, creep, dally, delay, loiter, mope, poke.


seems it’s lollygagging

what’s more unwritten words

are tucked firmly

within aimless thoughts,

snoozing in my mind.

Methinks, time to rise and pour out

a caffeinated proposal

what’s more, lullabies whispered

a few lines to me.

Enter the dawn,

words stirred with purpose

in the design of a fantasy,

the man in the moon

the sun and the stars

all part of mother nature’s

scheme of things.

Not even a profound yawn

will stop a masterpiece.


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26 replies »

  1. I was fascinated by ‘caffeinated proposal’ as I think of umpteen business meetings. But the last two lines transported me to a different world, with the magnitude of its impact. Excellent piece!

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    • Yes, I am, Michael. I worked in the corporate world for 40+ years which I preferred the early shifts. Now that I am retired, I am still an early riser. I have more energy in the am hours.

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