Another Cup

I’ve had two cups of coffee today and I’m sure I’m going to have another one soon. It’s just one of those days. But that’s okay. I love coffee and I love writing about coffee. I wrote this poem a while ago in my journal, but never thought to put it on the blog.

Tell me what you think about the second stanza. I had it there originally, but as I was typing this out, I felt like it wasn’t that necessary; however, I also feel like it adds a little more to the poem. Are you team second stanza or team no second stanza? I hope you enjoy!

Another Cup

What do you do
when all that’s left
after the second cup
of coffee isn’t enough
to get you up,
when all you thought
you needed was a little
pick me up, and
you’re still in a bad mood,
waiting for it to kick
in, knowing damn well
it never will?

Perhaps another cup
should do the trick,
but maybe with a little bit
of something stronger?

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Lee Dunn says:

    I think the second stanza is perfect, because I also have those second or third thoughts about having another cup.

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    1. Thank you for the feedback! I hate those days where no matter how much you have, it’s never enough, and at the end of it all, you’re just a jittery mess

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  2. Anony Mole says:

    “when all you though” — add a “t” at the end there.

    No second stanza.

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  3. tara caribou says:

    I read it first without and then again (twice) with. I like it better with.

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    1. I think so too. With it, it’s hinting towards something more than just wanting more coffee ☕️

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