Coffee is a warm and tasty drink that many adults enjoy. Coffee has been a staple drink for centuries and is loved by millions of people around the world. It’s not just a drink, but a culture and a passion. join us on a poetic journey through the world of “Poems About Coffee,
Coffee has inspired many poets to express their love through poetry for coffee due to its rich and comforting flavor. Coffee poems are like little stories about the magic of coffee, perfect for all coffee lovers.
On this page, we are writing some of the best coffee poetry for you. It doesn’t matter where you’re from or how you feel. There’s always peace in a strong cup of coffee. A great attitude is like a perfect cup of coffee. “Don’t start your day without it.”Hey coffee lovers! Get ready to explore some awesome coffee poems and poetry with us.
He poured the coffee
Into the cup
He put the milk
Into the cup of coffee
To a Good Morning!
he’s pouring the java
he’s got laryngitis
so unable to crow—
he knows that your nose is
good as can be
Black Coffee and Apple Pie
Everything a body could need
How happy could it make you be
When nothing can make you is fulfilled
As black coffee and apple pie ending your meal
A Cup of Coffee Most Enjoyed
Every day my first cup of coffee is most enjoyed
sitting alone in a cushioned chair on my lanai
when all the thoughts and ideas with which I toyed
seemed like logical solutions to world crises, then I
wondered why no one really gave a fig.
Coffee’s my lot,
a big pot calm.
a nut like me!
Is it the drink
that my sink hates?
Stains stick like paint!
I write and drink,
when the ink stops…
thoughts shrink and fade!
They sit there,
Forlornly cooling –
The forgotten coffees
In the office kitchen
A telephone call –
No doubt some vital
WHITE COFFEE, BLACK TEA
My coffee mug stains
When I leave the milk out
My tea mug stains
When I put the milk in
If I always drink
Black tea and white coffee
I need never wash
A mug out again
Martin A W Holmes,
I’m a fool for you,
Just seeing you getting ready,
Warm and dripping steady,
In the morning light,
You’re a spectaculair sight,
Each day you set my mind free,
No surplus, just you and me.
Your smell and bittersweet taste,
Traced and chased by my lips,
A few small nips before I’m on my way,
Each day you always cheer me up,
My morning cup, that I lack,
I am the greatest coffee drinker.
The best wide-awake thinker.
I drink my java,
hotter than lava,
I never tinker.
My Joe does not flow from a mug,
cause I down it from a gallon jug.
My coffee is the strongest,
and my buzz lasts the longest.
I hate to move slow,
like a slug.
Man in Coffee Shop
A man came into the coffee shop
He sat there all alone
Ordered just a cup of joe
He had no telephone
He seemed content and even nice
But had not one electronic device
No computer or Laptop or even a book
I think he might be some sort of crook
Clearly he’s creepy or maybe a rat
Because after all, who does that?
Author: E. Carroll
Coffee and friends, a perfect blend,
Steaming hot cups that never end,
An aroma that fills the air,
Bringing folks together with care.
Laughter and stories shared with glee,
Over a cup, as the world outside, we see,
Bonds strengthened, with every sip,
Of the dark and rich, coffee nip.The warmth it brings, to body and soul,
A comfort, like a hug, that makes us whole,
With friends around, our worries cease,
As we savor the taste of the sweet release.
So here’s to coffee, and here’s to friends,
May our cups never empty, till the very end,
May our bonds, forever stay strong,
As we sip and laugh, the whole day long.