BrewNSpew Cafe

BrewNSpew Cafe – March 11, 2019

is it time to say

winter’s gone and spring has sprung

methinks come what may

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”  – Oscar Wilde

Word of the week –

doldrums – (noun) – a state or period of inactivity, stagnation, or depression. Synonyms – inactive, quiet, slow, slack, sluggish, subdued, inert, flat, dull.

winter’s doldrums of mixed emotions

stacking a plethora of mawkish notions

stirring the pot for much-needed renewal

condone charisma and accept the unusual

overlook the clime and its unpredictability

another face-off of nature’s tomfoolery

it’s witless to wallow in a poor situation

let’s accept acclaims for unique reflections

the scribbles and scrawls perhaps a la carte

but our woven words come from the heart

oh, so carefully tweaked like works of art

you and I and our pen and ink


 You’re at the BrewNSpew Cafe, where writers meet


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