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Merci Mademoiselle

by on April 18, 2013

Yesterday I look at my notifications and see that I now have over 25 followers and more than a 100 likes. #YayMe.
I know it isn’t that big a deal in the wider scope of things, but it’s nice to know someone is not only reading, but also appreciating something you created. I know there are plenty of people who write for themselves and aren’t really looking for anything materialistic in return. They do not necessarily want recognition, money, fame, etc. To be honest the person who convinced me to start this blog is amongst them. But even she loves it when her writing is appreciated. Who wouldn’t?

Anyway, here’s something I wrote for that person. It’s not for what she made me do, but for something that she makes me want to.
It’s a poem titled: “Crumpets“.

Oh humble host
For brunch we meet
Of fruits and toast
Please have a seat

It’s all so spruce
That scrambled egg
And apple juice
To break a leg

Let’s talk and talk
Through brilliant smiles
In stillness walk
For a thousand miles

Of books we’ll speak
The blogs we write
Of matters black
Of matters white

We’ll reminisce
Or so we’ll tweet
Place hashtags
#crumpets. #sweet.

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