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Sunday, 9 September 2012

Breakfast Tables


Symbols in pictures appear to manifest 
Postures and gestures in sitting posts  

Questions question's mark signs  
Rain down, black on white canvas 

Impressionist's manipulating positions 
Of conceptual gaze, provoking thoughts 

If a chess board could be seen by observation 
Then I did say this would be a chess game played 

On breakfast tables, early yawns brightens new day 
A jag of hot tea or coffee served to wake minds 

I would meet you down at the cafe' shop 
Around the table for a breakfast fest of minds 
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8 comments:

  1. A game of chess at the coffee shop? A brilliant idea, Kodjo! I'll have a hot tea and cinnamon toast. Oh, and I love your poem. Thanks for sharing. =D

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  2. I like the images called up by your words.

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  3. So very nice...and what shall the breakfast fest of minds unleash? nicely done....

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  4. Lovely. I wouldn't mind playing chess while drinking coffee in a cafe...

    Anna :o]

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  6. This is simply nice observation....great!

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  7. A jag of hot tea or coffee .... I'm in. I love cafes. As easy as that. Don't even need the chess board! :)

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