Tag Archive: Tea


With a splash That leaf laden infuser Sinks down With a clink As more and more colours Seep out with each blink Under a haze of rising steam That water becomes something Truly… Continue reading

I’ve Forgotten How You Like Your Tea

I’ve forgotten how you like your tea I used to make you one every day I think you had sugar I would have called you crazy I have forgotten how you like your… Continue reading

Wet Winter Days

Sounds reach my ears And beyond the steam Rising from my cup I see The clouds shed Their life giving tears The gutters are transformed Into flowing rivers By islands if moss adorned… Continue reading

Stop And Take A Sip

The other evening as I meditated Left a castle dark and ill fated Got in the meadow Felt the sun And saw another shadow Alongside my one Get out here into the light… Continue reading

The Kindest Cup

Originally posted on Diary of a Northern Teaist:
We sat there, The only sounds, The hiss of the kettle, The crack and moan, Of an old wooden house, The push and pull of…

Time For Tea

The kettle boils Signalling the end Of recent toils Time for tea! A dear one calls And from all around they descend Just one cup of tea Is the source of such glee!… Continue reading