How Do You Take It? (A Coffee Poetry Prompt)

coffee poetry promptThere  is  a man who beats me to the local coffee house at least once a week.  He’s rugged, wears flannel and combat boots. His beard, unkempt and longish. His eyes, deeply inset.

The barista asks him whether he’d like room for cream. He tells her cream  is only good when it’s fronted by Eric Clapton, and catechizes that…

For the rest of this piece (and a bit of a writing prompt to boot), follow me over to Tweetspeak Poetry for our Coffee/Tea prompt series.

Photo by John Pastorello, Creative Commons via Flickr.

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