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Her fine-china teacup lies shattered on a floor -
chipped after many falls and finally broken,
crunch-crushed shards unnoticed underfoot.
She lifts the ghost-cup to her hesitant lips, thinking that it's full
but ignores her empty palate.

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The following comments are for "Phantom Tea"
by ak7raplt

I really liked the imagery here. I can picture the scene you've painted so clearly. Very sad.

( Posted by: Spudley [Member] On: December 24, 2002 )

I loved it, but you feel complete hopelessness when you read makes your heart break for the person in it...

( Posted by: DarkMagic [Member] On: January 15, 2003 )

not bad
I didn't quite get it, thought I somehow have this picture in my mind. Pretty darn good.

( Posted by: tissue [Member] On: June 5, 2003 )

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