Under the table lies a cork

and there,

in the corner;

carelessly kicked off shoes.




Wineglasses stand around

with tired sediment-smiles,

while the crumbled biscuits

are swept away.




As I think back on the

tales that we shared,

and the laughs that we had …



I just remembered;

I forgot to serve the bloody cake!




©Cindy Taylor 2008


12 Comments Add yours

  1. niels says:

    Nice and appropriate for last night, eh?

    1. MissChris says:

      Hee hee – you just jealous!!

    2. theonlycin says:

      Were your ears burning?

  2. MissChris says:

    There was cake too???
    Have a wonderful day!

    1. theonlycin says:

      How’s your head feeling?

      1. MissChris says:

        My head is ok – it is my ears that are sore from the lambasting i got from my daughter!!! jis how the tables have turned – blerrie cheek!

  3. napier says:

    thanks for the early morning giggle.
    Love the tired sediment-smiles on the glasses

    1. theonlycin says:

      It’s an old poem, from when Kasper visited, but I thought it very suited after last night Napes 🙂

  4. Luddite Lass says:

    Delightful! If I were still teaching, I would ask your permission to use the smiling wineglasses as a lovely example of a transferred epithet. It beats “lying on my restless pillow” anyday!

    1. theonlycin says:

      Thank you Luddy!

  5. Jem says:

    Lovely post Cin!

    I SO love that I can see all your pics now! I know I’ve said that before, but it really does make a huge difference to how much one enjoys the post 😉

  6. slpmartin says:

    Just a lovely poem…had to laugh aloud when I read the last line..cheers.

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