Ode to Coffee

 

O sweet coffee,

I adore thee,

Providing energy for tough days,

I hope the day never comes when we have to part ways.

 

Without you I’d be useless,

Lethargic and sedated,

I can’t imagine living life if I weren’t caffeinated.

 

I drink you while I’m driving,

I drink you while I’m dining.

Warmer than the Caribbean,

And the great Cape,

When I’m with you,

It feels like an escape.

 

Sweeter than the fresh wind coming from the west,

From all the drinks known to man,

I love you the best.

O sweet coffee,

I adore thee,

Providing energy for tough days.

 

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