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Subject: COFFEE
Matches Found: 19

40TH STREET, by EILEEN MYLES    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I'd like / to say
Subject(s): Coffee


A NEW LIFESTYLE, by JAMES TATE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: People in this town drink too much
Subject(s): Coffee; Human Behavior; Conduct Of Life; Human Nature


A SAMPLE OF COFFEE BEANS, by FREDERICK GODDARD TUCKERMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Twelve plain brown beans! 'twould seem to ask
Last Line: The peddler has not passed beside it.
Subject(s): Coffee


AFTER A NOISY NIGHT, by LAURE-ANNE BOSSELAAR    Poem Text         Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: The man I love enters the kitchen
Last Line: And kiss him, kiss him.
Subject(s): Coffee; Gratitude; Habits; Love; Man-woman Relationships; Morning; Prayer; Sleep; Male-female Relations


COFFEE, by MARVIN BELL    Poem Text         Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: The house smells of coffee, and I want some
Subject(s): Coffee; Vietnamese Conflict


COFFEE CORNER, by RON PADGETT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The large bowls of coffee at breakfast in france
Subject(s): Coffee


COLD COFFEE, by HAYDEN CARRUTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Cold coffee. In the wintertime he would've
Last Line: Between her knees. And the thunder rolls.
Subject(s): Coffee; Summer


IN PRAISE OF COFFEE, by JACQUES DELILLE    Poem Text            
First Line: Coffee affords a good restoring draught
Last Line: And lets him, for six sous, the world o'erthrow.
Subject(s): Coffee


IN PRAISE OF JOE, by MARGE PIERCY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I love you hot
Subject(s): Coffee


LINES ON COFFEE, by ALEXANDER POPE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As long as moco's happy tree shall grow
Last Line: So long her honour, name, and praise shall last!
Subject(s): Coffee


OVER COFFEE, by BOB HICOK    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What you mean to say about the film is that
Last Line: The first to address this exhilarating stranger
Subject(s): Coffee; Conversation; Guests; Strangers; Visiting


SPATTER'S RAMBLES: COFFEE-HOUSES, by HUGH KELLY    Poem Text            
First Line: Last night at the coffee-house happening to sit
Last Line: "take the word of your humble—jack spatter."
Alternate Author Name(s): Spatter, Jack
Subject(s): Coffee Houses


TAKE WARNING FROM THIS, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "here lies, cut down like unripe fruit"
Last Line: Anny dominy eighteen forty
Subject(s): Coffee;epitaphs


THE BLUE CUP, by MINNIE BRUCE PRATT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Through binoculars the spiral nebula was
Subject(s): Coffee


THE CAFĂ© FILTRE, by PAUL BLACKBURN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Slowly and with persistence
Subject(s): Coffee


THE COFFEE MY MOTHER USED TO MAKE, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I was born in indiany,' says a stranger, lank and slim
Last Line: "but,"" wipin' of his eyes, says he, ""yet coffee's mighty hot!"
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Variant Title(s): Like His Mother Used To Make
Subject(s): Coffee; Mothers


THE GREEK QUARTER, by JOHN MYERS O'HARA    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The cryptic letters of the golden tongue
Last Line: The blue Ægean sparkling in the day.
Subject(s): Coffee Houses; Greek Language; Immigrants; New York City; Emigrant; Emigration; Immigration; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple


THIS MORNING, GOD, by LAURE-ANNE BOSSELAAR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Four a.M. Snow on the roof like a stone slab
Last Line: The incessant beating in my chest for two now.
Subject(s): Coffee; Dawn; Habits; Man-woman Relationships; Marriage; Memory; Morning; Past; Prayer; Silence; Solitude; Sunrise; Male-female Relations; Weddings; Husbands; Wives; Loneliness


UPON RECEIPT OF A POUND OF COFFEE IN 1863, by MARY TUCKER LAMBERT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sight of the coffee was good for sore eyes
Last Line: And, friend, in your buying, remember poor me!
Alternate Author Name(s): Tucker, Mary Eliza Perine
Subject(s): Coffee