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Oh, Delight, in a clear cup
Smooth crystals the color and flavor of spring
Sweet as light reflecting off the morning dew,
In the fields where rows of tea bushes grow

Hidden in its depths, a treasure dear
Black pearls, too lovely for mere decoration,
Find shelter in a land of milk and honey
Which I gratefully consume

How sad when the last pearl has been chewed
Regret that some went the way of a projectile
However, fear not, for the memory of spring
Will bring me back for more

I've been trying to change my avatar for four years...

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The following comments are for "Ode to a Bubble Tea Smoothie"
by frenchie

bubble tea
Bubble tea, which is sometimes called boba, is usually made of milk tea that has large tapioca balls in it. I like mine in a sort of smoothie form, frozen milk tea, with extra bubbles (pearls, tapioca balls). A large straw is used to drink it, it order to accomodate the bubbles. Bubbles also make excellent projectiles, in case you ever get a bubble tea, I suggest you try this particular feature out. It's sold at shops specifically specializing in bubble tea, and at random tea and coffee houses... I'm pretty sure we'll be able to get it just about anywhere within the next few years.

I was in a playful mood when I wrote this, and it shouldn't be taken too seriously.

Thanks for the comment! :)

( Posted by: frenchie [Member] On: February 7, 2006 )

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