Oh no, another book to buy!! Excellent!


And coffee, for one who knows it as I do, means making it with your own hands and not having it come to you on a tray, because the bringer of the tray is also the bearer of talk, and the first coffee, the virgin of the silent morning, is spoiled by the first words. Dawn, my dawn, is antithetical to chatter. The aroma of coffee can absorb sounds and will go rancid, even if these sounds are nothing more than a gentle “Good morning!”

Coffee is the morning silence, early and unhurried, the only silence in which you can be at peace with self and things, creative, standing alone with some water that you reach for in lazy solitude and pour into a small copper pot with a mysterious shine—yellow turning to brown—that you place over a low fire. Oh, that it were a wood fire!

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2 thoughts on “Coffee

  1. Carole Webber November 8, 2014 / 10:06 am

    I can smell the coffee brewing
    as I read this

    • fictionfitz November 8, 2014 / 10:38 am

      Agree, a well done tribute to the stuff of life.

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