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Red is the color of my cup
And on it roses are painted
It let me think that even
A coffee cup beats my pen
No thought come to me today
Therefore I took my pencil
And while starring at my coffee cup
Start writing these lines in tensile
I drool down the lane of pessimism
And lonely found myself
My room is full of people
Who share and whisper talks
Again I look at coffee cup
And find that it has coffee left
I drink a sip and come to know
That ‘made in Germany’ it state.
Amazing is the thought that comes
To me in sparkling style
I wrote above these eighteen lines
To just describe a cup of mine
As though I have been given a cure
I owe my cup gratitude
Who says that there are subject lost
Hence forth I walk off destitute
This mighty world of GOD summons
Upon for which it asks of me
I’ve taken from it loan of life
Shall give it back what’s good of me



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The following comments are for "A Coffee Cup"
by Abbas

Abbas
It's what you have in your cup that counts...and you have much...and are grateful for every little bit...Good read...Kacee

( Posted by: Nitz Kitty [Member] On: May 23, 2006 )

Coffee Cure?
Was your cup half empty or half full?

Ivor

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: May 24, 2006 )

Eric
oblige me of my ignorance.
Bieng on net had never been that frequent for me, so some words like threads and similar i was not aquained with, I am upto learning all that along with the contemporary stuff.

Abbas.

( Posted by: abbas [Member] On: May 24, 2006 )





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