“I say let the world go to hell, but I should always have my tea.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes from Underground
IN A WORLD GONE MAD …
…we still have civilities: morning coffee, afternoon tea and poetry.
Welcome to a celebration of simple pleasures featured here along with book reviews, author interviews, tasty recipes and photographs of gardens, trees, flowers and the occasional winged creature. My hope is that when you visit Coffee, Tea and Poetry, you’ll remember to take a breath, make yourself a cup of coffee or tea and settle in. Take a step away from news, chores, duties and the often devastating disruptions of the world.
It has always seemed to me that poetry and culinary arts are companionable practices. I love to write in the kitchen, to sip my way through the lyrical while fresh tomatoes are melting into ragù or yeasty bread dough is rising. I’ve wanted to combine these pleasures for my own joy and that of others, and thus was Coffee, Tea and Poetry born. Come visit often and let me know what you think and what you’d like to see here. At this writing, the site is still in process. I hope you’ll bear with me and stick with me through the growing pains.
Thank you for your visit. I hope you’ll come often and I wish for you the very best in life, the courage to meet its challenges and the wisdom to recognize its gifts, even when they come in disguise
The lovely tea set above if from Gracie China by Coastline Imports Porcelain 3-Piece Tea Set for One, Blue/Violet