Tea stories, books, poems, and more

133 results

Reads: 34

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: tea, sisters, stones, aged, old

Reads: 21

Comments: 2

The Poems House

Just trying to paint a simple visible picture. Read More

Tags: cookies, tea, cards, ladies

its about my first love.. Read More

Tags: tea

Poem / Humor

December 15, 2017

Reads: 99

Comments: 3

Shelves: 3

The Booksie Classic House

Pull on up and grab a cup! Read More

Poem / Humor

July 29, 2017

Reads: 121

Comments: 2

The Poems House

Ah, a tea-party in the garden. I'll pass... Read More

Tags: party, cookies, tea, garden

Poem / Non-Fiction

May 16, 2017

Reads: 130

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: tea, warm, cup, stir, sip

Poem / Humor

March 08, 2017

Reads: 95

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

You know that cup of tea you just left sitting there? Don't drink it! Read More

Tags: relax, tea, frog

Matt is so excited to have his annual birthday tea with his famous aunt, but when a school bully hears about his trip, he crafts a underhanded plan. Will he be discovered? Or will Matt miss his birthday celebration? Read More

Reads: 228

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

how far would you go to impress your guests? Read More
follow the narrator's stream of consciousness into a hot summer's day Read More

Tags: tea, eve, hawk, seagulls

Poem / Poetry

February 11, 2016

Reads: 170

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Tags: girl, boy, parents, tea, 1961

Yeah, the title sucks, but that's the working title I've got. This is all post-retcon, so it's different than all the stuff that has Eiry and Rai in it (which is a lot >>). Basically chronicles what happens with Eiry and her business after the earthquake and tsunami, and her… Read More
The Allegory of the Passage: A Short Story Inspired by the Allegory of the Cave—a timeless commentary on life and knowledge authored by a long dead European male. Civilization survived the truth of the Cave and America has survived and even thrived in spite of the fictions of the tea… Read More
This was originally published in May 2007. It is about a Saturday morning at the Starbucks at 7 Corners, Falls Church, Virginia. An ethnically diverse American City. Read about the old Veetnamee Gentleman and the Japanese Stealth Barista. Read More

Poem / Humor

October 24, 2015

Reads: 233

Comments: 9

The Booksie Classic House

Last night's tea, still hanging around ! Read More
In a newly started relationship, Wilfred Blair and Julian Godai don't spend nearly as much time together as they would like. At least, not enough time together without others around to spoil things. So those little moments when they do, it's important to make things count, and Wilfred thinks the… Read More
How we perceive what we are taught, stays with us forever till death due us part... Read More
How a perfect cup of tea is made Read More

Tags: essay, tea, procedure

We travel from far distances to inhabit a man’s mind for a few moments at the cafe. This is not a personal picturing but sharing impressions and perspectives of what I could imagine. This took 20 minutes to write. Would love a comment or give a few ideas, thank you… Read More
I suppose what they said was true. Hate is like a fatal disease passed on from one person to the other. Whether that be an immortal or mortal. Zoe Francis White is a sixteen year old girl. She spent her whole life trying to be good but finding that hate… Read More
A cautionary tale about revenge and the perils of assumption as told by two masters of kung fu. Read More

Short Story / Non-Fiction

February 17, 2015

Reads: 270

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The room was silent, the air stagnant in the absence of sound. The heat of the tea just began to seep through the porcelain and into my hands. I clamped the cup tightly with both of my hands, but still gentle enough to not fear breaking it. I lifted it,… Read More

Tags: death, life, sad, tea

When we remember our time within days where we started our life. If this investment which play another role may be diversified with stronger portfolios that time stands the test, there is a big journey we have to leave back in these times. Let our role shine where we are.… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 05, 2014

Reads: 136

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A dream I had about a Japanese ritual. Read More
A realization of the beauty of life during dire conditions. Open ended, which course of action did the nameless person take? You decide. Read More
Two men have a lovely conversation over a cup of tea. At the same time, events happen, seemingly at random. A one shot written for the Tallenge literature contest. Read More
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