Bonnie Brooke

Farmhouse Tea

Thick creamy milk cooling in the fridge,
straight from the cow it had to be.
White turnover bread cut extra thick laid out,
smothered in full-fat butter and home-made jam.
Boots clunk in through the back door,
narrowly missing Amber the cat.
Then weariness melts in the warm kitchen,
as this frost weary farmer savours his tea.

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 11/06/2006.

 

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